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Discussion in 'Luthiery, Modifications & Customizations' started by J_Mac, May 31, 2018.
I dig this finish. I think he calls it Black Coal.
Anyone know how it is achieved?
That almost looks like an ebony stain that's sanded back a bit. I also really like it.
Looks like bog oak or something, nice. I guess you just whack it on and build it up to the desired level of blackness.
Looks like shou-sugi-ban
skip to 19:39 if the time link is broken
Dark brown or black stain on wood with grain of choice, no grain filler or clear coat, sand back to taste. Literally the easiest finish on the planet to do in whatever color.
A black gel stain (like Wood Kote) is the easiest way to achieve this look...if you wipe the stain off quickly, you can do it in “coats” until it’s dark enough WITHOUT having to sandback...
Take a raw wood body and just burn it a little bit.