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I promised to paint a esp guitar for a customer, but i can't get the color right! its a black/cherry. do you have tips to mix the color? greetz joost

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Not necessarily a tip but a recommendation, if you want a color match and get your paint mixed, try taking it to your local Lowe's to the paint department. The have pretty decent service.

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