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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by lodi, Aug 7, 2005.
"****in'..What the ****in' ****..Who the ****..**** this ****in'..How did you two ****in' ****s..****!"
that's just horrible
ugh.. i feel ill..
I'm usually not one to let what happens to a piece of wood bother me, but that looks like a bass autopsy photo.
Was it burned too?
Can't tell you how many times I've wanted to do that, plus axe it to pieces while it was burning...........
I'd rock it
I think he's got something there. Slap about 10 coats of clear lacquer and...instant Tyler Hazmat finish
I agree with Ostinato, just put some clear coat over the top, once i stare at it, i reckon it would look great and damned original!
Black hardware too maybe a neck from warmoth with custom HAZMAT or similar inlay
A thing like that could kill a man...
No, don't clearcoat it for all eterniy. That's the kinda finish that you need to keep real and let it evolve over time. I LOVE it and think that a few years of giging abuse will only add to the character.
I'm wondering how long it will take for someone to declare it has mojo.
It looks like candy apple red over a two or three-tone sunburst that was then set on fire. Whew! Fender charges top dollar for that kinda' stuff!
Yes, that guy who did this with his bass heard from his grandpa, that old paint coat could be removed with heat....and used a gas burner...as you already assumed....
Guess what he did with his bass in the end!
I've got a photo with the result
I agree fully. Just sand it a little to smooth it out, slap on some poly, and play it. That would rule.
Is that splat or burl? I always get them confused.
Lets see that picture!
Some people shouldn't be allowed near the letters DIY. In fact, some people should have these letters removed from their name.
Seriously though, that does look feckin' sweet.