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ColorTone 3-Tone Tobacco Sunburst Spray Set

ColorTone 3-Tone Tobacco Sunburst Spray Set

ColorTone 3-Tone Tobacco Sunburst Spray Set

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ColorTone 3-Tone Tobacco Sunburst Spray Set

About This Item

The colors you need for creating a 3-tone vintage tobacco burst that blends from amber through red and brown to black. 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
Tobacco Brown Aerosol Lacquer
Sunburst Black 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.


Video

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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Love them

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Used on a hotroded Ibanez and love it! There is enough left in the cans for me to do at least one more guitar. Originally didn’t realize clear needed to be purchased separate so add them to your cart if you plan on that. I’m not a pro but I am pleased with the ease and quality.

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Awesome Customer Service!

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I purchased this set for a guitar I am restoring for a good client. I spent a long time preparing the guitar ready to receive the final finish (about 3 months work including curing time!). Unfortunately when i started to spray the black, disaster struck! Seems I got a faulty can as the lacquer came out of connection of of the spray head to the can as well as the through the spray nozzle. My hands were covered in lacquer and nasty drips had landed on the guitar body, months of work lost in an instant! Now you may be wondering why my rating is 5 stars. Well it all has to do with the excellent customer service from Stewmac. In the heat of the moment, I contacted them with an irate email and got a very polite email back form Matt Hall to make it right. He offer to refund the money or send me out a replacement (I accepted the replacement) and he even sent me some extra spray heads! So lesson learnt, alway wear gloves and test spray on some scrap first. With the all the best intentions in the world occasionally there may be a manufacturing defect that may slip through. After all it would be impossible to test spray each can before it is sent to you. Thank you Matt and Stewmac for taking responsibility and making it as right as you can, you now have a very loyal customer!

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Easiest way to lacquer for novices

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Used to restore an antique zither, and it was super easy! I am not dreading my next finish job. Thanks Stew Mac and Colortone!