I’m hoping someone can help guide me in the right direction with this. I recently picked up a used SBMM Ray34ca bass. Feels and plays great, however, one of the prior owners partially sanded down the headstock, removed the original logo and put on a Musicman Stingray Bass decal. Did a pretty crappy job sanding and never refinished the headstock. I’m not crazy about having a this decal on the headstock. So, I’d like to stand it down, clean up the headstock and refinish it. What I’m looking to do is print my own decal at home on inkjet waterslide decal paper and then spray the front of the headstock with a similar tinted clear coat. My question is what can I use to get the similar vintage amber tint as the rest of the neck (see pics)? If possible, I’d like to be able to go and pick up something from the local hardware store. Would any of the Minwax poly sprays work and give me that amber tint? (Water Based Oil Modified Poly or Helmsman Spar Urethane) Not sure what type of clear coat was on the headstock previously. Maybe lacquer??? Is there anything I should be concerned about with applying the decal? What should I spray it with before applying the clear coat over it? Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated on how to do this simply yet effective. Thanks!