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If you can find it, it would be fine. Many a guitar have been sprayed in all types of automotive paints and still are. Just make sure to use the same brand/system all the way through the job.would an automotive nitro lacquer such as the following be suitable for the color coat of a guitar?
Go to Curtis Novak http://www.curtisnovak.com/restorations/FenderColors/index.shtml and see his fender custom color info. For most he gives the actual original dupont color codes and for many of the colors the years the car manufacturers used them. You'll note the metallic colors are lucite (acrylic)
yeah... but I do believe the claim is the undercoat is thin nitro, and the overspray is supposed to be thin. Could be true if the painter is having a good dayMost of the metallic colors AND Olympic white were never made in nitro. I like it when Fender advertises a "thin skin nitro olympic white" finish.