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Oil Based Wood Filler
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Water Based Sanding Sealer
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Nitrocellulose Lacquer
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Lacquer Sanding Sealer
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Shellac Wash Coat
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Vinyl Wash Coat
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Final Guitar Preparation Prior to Finishing
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Guitar Templates – How To Make Templates
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Guitar Building Plans
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How to Re-saw Tonewood

Oil Based Wood Filler

Learn about Oil Based Wood Fillers, what is good about them and when you should not use them. This is a key ingredient if the production of that elusive mirror finish that we all long for on our handmade guitars.

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Water Based Sanding Sealer

Learn all about nitrocellulose lacquer and why you should consider using it on your next finish job. It has great acoustical qualities, provides a hard, crystal clear finish that resists cracking and crazing and will stand up to the rigors of playing better than most other finishes.

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Nitrocellulose Lacquer

Learn all about nitrocellulose lacquer and why you should consider using it on your next finish job. It has great acoustical qualities, provides a hard, crystal clear finish that resists cracking and crazing and will stand up to the rigors of playing better than most other finishes.

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Lacquer Sanding Sealer

Learn all about lacquer sanding sealers and why you should consider using one on your next finish job. It seals in bleeding problems, seal out moisture and give you a great base to start building a great professional looking guitar finish with mirror finish.

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Shellac Wash Coat

Learn all about a shellac wash coat and why you should strongly consider using one on your next finish job. It seals in bleeding problems, seal out moisture and give you a great base to start building a great professional looking guitar finish with a beautiful golden-amber tint.

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Vinyl Wash Coat

Learn all about a vinyl wash coat and why you should strongly consider using one on your next finish job. They seal in bleeding problems, seal out moisture and give you a great base to start building a great professional looking guitar finish.

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Final Guitar Preparation Prior to Finishing

This article on Final Preparation for your guitar prior to the finishing operation is a critical step that you should not skip or take too lightly. We will take you through several operations for you to complete prior to beginning any finishing steps to your guitar.

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Guitar Templates – How To Make Templates

Guitar Templates – You will want to make your guitar templates permanent and accurate. Learn which materials to consider for this invaluable tool and how to make a great set of templates for your guitar shop.

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Guitar Building Plans

The importance of having a great set of guitar building plans cannot be emphasized enough. Visualize your guitar plan as the road map, your sense or direction or your primary guitar building tool that is your teacher in guiding you through this endeavor. This is of special importance to the luthier just starting out. If[…]

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How to Re-saw Tonewood

Re-sawing your own guitar wood on a bandsaw can be a bit tricky if your saw and fence are not setup perfectly. We will take you through the process step by step, including how to correct for blade drift and making test cuts to properly prepare you saw.

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