Quick Eraseable Guitar Art

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Introduction: Quick Eraseable Guitar Art

In this, my first instructable I will show you how to quickly and easily draw on your guitar.****DISCLAIMER****

****I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE THAT YOUR GUITAR INFLICTS IF YOU DON'T DO THIS RIGHT****

This only works if you have a gloss finish on your guitar.
also don't do this to acoustic guitars, i don't know if it will come off.

Step 1: Go for It

All you need to do is draw any design on your guitar with the DRY-ERASE marker. don't use a permanent marker like a sharpie. It won't come off.

You can use this if your like a professional musician for gigs and such things or if you want to freak out your parents into thinking you drew all over your guitar.

To get it off just use your finger or a dry-erase board's eraser.

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    32 Discussions

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    St.Louis
    St.Louis

    10 years ago on Step 1

    Do be careful: if you guitar is a little bit road worn (my old squier is) the body will be too rough and it won't come off. I didn't try it, but I know it will (I used to draw on my desk like that, but I never managed to get it off the rough parts)

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    acidbass
    acidbass

    10 years ago on Introduction

     how can i do this when i have a black bass dammit i have to figure this out good idea though

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    LoneWolf
    LoneWolf

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Use different color marker......or wash of paint/spray paint.

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    acidbass
    acidbass

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

     i am not going to PAINT my bass i need it every weekend

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    LoneWolf
    LoneWolf

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    That's why you could get the paint that comes off.

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    acidbass
    acidbass

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

     yes but why not use a flourecent marker then

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    php99
    php99

    10 years ago on Step 1

    Simple but good. I like!

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    iamtoats
    iamtoats

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Nice! you could manufacture dry-erase pickguards! I cant do it... two of my guitars have wood finishes, and the other is not even glossy...