When it comes to guitar finishing we understand that our guitars will age and absorb some level of damage from use over time. Sometimes that’s a good thing in that it adds to the uniqueness of the instrument, but it can also go too far in that direction and require significant guitar finishing work to be done.
Fortunately, we’ve been doing both guitar finishing and guitar restoration work for many years, so we can make your instrument looks like it just came out of the factory, have that custom burst you’ve always dreamed of, or add a vintage color tint. Here are just some examples of the types of finish work we’ve done recently.
The finish materials we use
If you are intersted in having us Re-finish your Stratocaster, bolt on neck guitar or Set Neck Guitar, Please choose from our pricing below, add to the check out cart and we will be in contact with you with in the next business day.
Ship your guitar to us and we will ship it back to you with the finish of your choice!
Send us a photo for an example of the guitar finishing you would like done
We will match the color with in 95% of the original photo you provide.
Please keep in mind that lighting exposure, light color used in photos, shadows and reflection have an effect on how a color translates to your eyes. The photos we have posted on our guitar finishing work page are taken by us and we also know the products and colors used on all of these guitars we finished however, even with this considdered going from inside a building where you can have flourescent lighting to a range of led lighting will cause colors to shift and look different than what you are seeing on your phone or computer screen. being outside from morning, noon to late afternoon will also cause colors to shift with cooler light happening in the morning which is blue, whiter light happening in noon time and warmer yellow amber light happening as the sun is lower in the sky.
Finish work that is done over damaged areas, we can not promise that finish work over damaged or previousley repaired areas will be 100% invisable. We can tell you that we will make a vast improvement on how it looks. especially with nitro, crack repairs will sometimes slightly reveal over time as the nitro shrinks leaving a witness line. It is best practice to seal any wood that has been damaged with a catalized sealer that will be less likely to shrink back into the filled, damaged or previously repaired area.