ColorTone Cherry Sunburst Spray Set

ColorTone Cherry Sunburst Spray Set

ColorTone Cherry Sunburst Spray Set

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ColorTone Cherry Sunburst Spray Set

About This Item

The colors you need for creating a 2-tone vintage cherry sunburst. Create a traditional guitar finish without complicated spray equipment.

    ColorTone is formulated specifically for musical instruments!
  • Nitrocellulose lacquer
  • Fast-drying
  • Resistant to alcohol and water

How to spray a sunburst
In our Trade Secrets #54, Erick Coleman shows how to spray a sunburst using aerosols. Use ColorTone Sunburst Sets along with our ColorTone Aerosol Finishing Kit to spray your own 'burst using Erick's methods. See that product page for notes on grain filling and finishing.

Set includes one 13-ounce spray can of each color:
Vintage Amber Tinted Aerosol Lacquer
Cherry Red Tinted Aerosol Lacquer

Spray additional coats of ColorTone Clear Lacquer for a hard, durable finish with a deep gloss.



CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.


Trade Secrets!

Trade Secrets!

How to spray a sunburst using aerosol cans

Erick Coleman uses tinted aerosols to recreate a vintage Strat 2-tone 'burst.

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Great results

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This kit works great, very nice colors. Only word of caution, the cherry red had a different spray nozzle and wanted to spatter a lot. I had to go a little thicker than I wanted in spots to cover this, but it still looks good. Make sure you start and stop your spray well off the work piece, and press down fully on the sprayer.

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Excellent Deep Colors

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I wasn't sure about using colors that I didn't mix myself, but I had a project that needed quick action. I dyed the top of my nicely figured wood front and back with black, sanded most off and started with the spray. First using the amber then the cherry. I LOVE these colors and the quality of the paint. It sprayed excellently