Members Furtive Posted February 16, 2010 Members Share Posted February 16, 2010 Picked up a cheap shredder last year at the Philly Show - a purple metallic Jackson PS-4 with a bad ding on the back. Part of the socket on the import Floyd trem arm was stripped out, too. Anyway - fixed the Floyd last month with JB Weld. It's held up very well. The paint had some scratches in the clear coat, so I decided to conduct a learning experience and hit it with rubbing compound. That did not fix the problem. Not at all. So with a chunk of the finish on the face being seriously dicked up, I decided to take it a step further, and matte the entire body. After several hours with 1000 grit, and then 1500 grit, here is the result: It looks like a Concord grape. I need to go over it some more, but I think it looks great. This is what it used to look like: And here are some Concord grapes for comparison: Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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