Soapstone and Alabaster

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Experimenting with differing stones. Gala Red Soapstone on a Southwest Mesa Kit, translucent white alabaster on a Majestic Squire Kit and lemon green soapstone on a Majestic Squire Kit. The alabaster was the hardest and the lemon green the softest. I should have back painted the alabaster.
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You may have had more of a white pop if you back painted the alabaster but, in my opinion, you did not hurt the overall presentation as is. The brass back color accents fine with gold trim on the kit. Different metal colors may have been an issue but this still looks good.
 

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You may have had more of a white pop if you back painted the alabaster but, in my opinion, you did not hurt the overall presentation as is. The brass back color accents fine with gold trim on the kit. Different metal colors may have been an issue but this still looks good.
I went with gold trim for that very reason. Thanks.
 
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