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Painting My Tbird

I think he should get it done professionally.
linkinpark232
Posts: 1321
I wouldn't be able to do the electronics no. I'd have that done by someone who knows what they're doing. But I think my dad and I can handle painting and sanding
Marko1960
Posts: 975
If you think you can do it Linkin, go for it
linkinpark232
Posts: 1321
And I said I'm not selling it because you said the resale value would be lower. Well I wouldn't sell a Tbird
linkinpark232
Posts: 1321
Thanks for the encouragement Marko
linkinpark232
Posts: 1321
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Save up and go buy an Epiphone Thunderbird Classic IV in alpine white.

That's too much and no fun. I could buy a new bass cab and an Ampeg head for 600. Rather get that than a bass for 500. Thinking about speckling black paint on it
Strathadam
Posts: 57
Blame it on the early hour (0700) when I first read the post, only having a single coffee & cigarette into me, and the fact that I was getting my head into the game for another work day… but damned if I didn't think you were talking about a car. Whoops!! Disregard my comments on brittle wiring, though a bad ground will still give you problems no matter what you're working on.
linkinpark232
Posts: 1321
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Blame it on the early hour (0700) when I first read the post, only having a single coffee & cigarette into me, and the fact that I was getting my head into the game for another work day… but damned if I didn't think you were talking about a car. Whoops!! Disregard my comments on brittle wiring, though a bad ground will still give you problems no matter what you're working on.

No I'm. It talking about the car. I want one though
bass freak
Posts: 305
So linkin, decided what you are going to do?
linkinpark232
Posts: 1321
Decided to strip it and paint it white and speckle black on it

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