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  • Best place to send a Strat neck for finishing?

    I have an all maple unfinished  Warmoth Strat neck that I wouldlike to get finsihed in gloss Poly.

    There is noone that I know of in my area ( San Antonio, Tx).

    Who can you vouchsafe for to send this away to  get this done professionally and at a reasonable price? 

    Greed is Good. Greed Works.

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    You know with a little patience, TruOil is nearly impossible to screw up, and it can yield amazing results.  Something you'll be more proud of if you do it yourself.

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    • Balthazar Munoz
      Balthazar Munoz commented
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      Yeah, I dont want Tru Oil. I need Poly Gloss, jhowever I am considering a wipe on Poly, but this needs to be a pro job, its going on an exopensive body, and I dont trust myslef enuf.


    • onelife
      onelife commented
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      axegrinder wrote:

      You know with a little patience, TruOil is nearly impossible to screw up, and it can yield amazing results.  Something you'll be more proud of if you do it yourself.


      Warmoth will not warranty a maple neck that has not been finished with a hard finish such as polyurethane.

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