A year and a half ago, I got a Burny '62 SG Standard copy. Here's the old link, as I don't have recent pictures: http://everythingsg.com/forum/index.php?topic=17559.0 When I got it, the neck pickup was dead, and I replaced it with a '57 Classic humbucker. A few weeks ago, I returned my '69 Junior to a real P-90 and decided to try the P-94 in the Burny's neck position, and move the '57 to the bridge. As luck would have it, I can't do that because both pickups are for the neck position. Right now, I'm getting ready to bid on two different humbuckers and a Duncan Phat Cat for the bridge position. I like they way the guitar plays, but the Burny pickup and stock electronics are anemic at best, and going to be replaced. I think Allparts stuff would sound better. After I get the pickups sorted out, I'll be looking at an RS Soundworks kit. I've also added a beat up old Bigsby B-5 to my watch list, since the Gibson tremolos won't work on this guitar due to the lack of a decent neck angle. It's probably two degrees at the most, and Gibsons are at about four degrees (it does make a difference). The Plan: 1. Get pickups sorted. That's the easy part. 2. Go with a Bigsby. Not so easy, and cost prohibitive unless I find the right one. 3. This is the hard part. Since I have always loved the look of a small pick guard Standard with a Pelham Blue finish, I'm going to strip the guitar, reshape the horns and such to look like a Gibson, and perhaps refinish (or send it to Lou at that point). Or, I'll just play it with a bare finish until I have a job again, and can afford to refinish it. So, my question is.... What's the best stuff for stripping the finish? I know that I can get pore filler from both Re-Ranch and Stew-Mac, but where can I get aged Pelham Blue (almost green) nitro in a spray bomb? Any other tips would be helpful. I have been reading, and intensely following everyones rebuilds here for about five years, so I'm no stranger to the process.