I have a '68 SG Custom that needs paint and filler in a few places. I e-mailed a guy up who does custom paint jobs. I'm looking to put the stock nitrocellulose lacquer on it, no enamel or acrylic. That's what's screwy about the whole thing. The guy won't even touch it unless "the nitrocellulose is still on it". I don't understand what he means. I don't want to pay big bucks, I just want to prep it and have someone paint it. Gibson wants around $2000 to restore it which I can't do, and some other people here and there want about $500-$1200 to do it also, which sucks. Can anyone tell me how I would go about putting nitrocellulose lacquer back on it? Thanks.