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AMBER GLOSS
16.0025.00
AMBER VINTAGE MATE
16.0025.00
ORANGE VINTAGE GLOSS
16.0020.90
BLACK GLOSS
16.0089.90
DEEP BLACK
16.0025.00
ANTIQUE IVORY
16.0025.00
CREAM
16.0025.00
WHITE BLONDE
16.0089.90
VINTAGE WHITE
16.0089.90
CLASSIC WHITE
16.0025.00
VINTAGE WHITE FENDER
16.0025.00
OLYMPIC WHITE
16.0089.90
BUTTERSCOTCH
16.0089.90
BURGUNDY MIST
16.0025.00
TRANS CANDY APPLE RED
16.0025.00
CANDY TANGERINE
16.0025.00
HOT ROD RED
16.0025.00
TRANS RED
16.0025.00
CHERRY
16.0025.00
SONIC BLUE
16.0089.90
DAPHNE BLUE
16.0025.00
Faded Sonic Blue
16.0025.00
LAKE PLACID BLUE
16.0025.00
METAL PELHAM BLUE
16.0025.00
TRANSLUCID BLUE
16.0025.00
GOLD TOP
22.0025.00
GRAFFITI YELLOW
16.0025.00
OCEAN TURQUOISE
16.0025.00
PEARLY
16.0025.00
SHELL PINK
16.0025.00
SEAFOAM GREEN
16.0089.90
SHERWOOD GREEN
16.0025.00
SURF GREEN
16.0025.00
SILVERSPARKLE
22.0025.00

Classic colors catalog Fender and Gibson nitrocellulose lacquer for guitar painting

True colors have great brands Fender and Gibson classic nitrocellulose and polyurethane finish, durability and quick drying, Butterscotch, Surf Green, Sonic Blue, Fiesta Red, Daphne Blue etc. Avaliable

The best paints for guitar painting and all you need to learn how to paint a guitar.

Authentic colors to paint electric guitar from the great brands Fender and Gibson in a classic nitrocellulose and polyurethane finish, great durability and fast drying, Surf Green, Sonic Blue, Fiesta Red, Daphne Blue etc. Available in spray and can format.

Nitorlack colors are the result of an exhaustive study of the historical colors of the big brands. We have Fender and Gibson colors, in nitrocellulose or polyurethane paint, nitrocellulose spray or can. Get the classic colors to paint your electric guitar

Vintage finishes vary greatly. Two guitars painted together in 1960 look very different today, depending on where they have been all these years. And none look like the day it left the factory.

To see the true color of your guitar you can look in the control cavities of the instruments. Colors in these areas generally show no signs of environmental damage or fading from smoke.

They are also not as affected by the color change caused by the ultraviolet yellowing of the nitrocellulose clearcoat.

Nitorlack colors are designed from the original swatches available today.

SPRAY AND CAN