Has anyone tried refinishing your speakers.....

I have a slightly roughed up Sonus Fabers (walnut) and I would like to refinish them if possible, anyone tried something this ambitious before?


Planing to stick with the original finish of course...
I have done it many times and it is really not that hard to do..Just need to use the proper technique to remove old finish...putting on a new finish is pretty easy also..Just need patience..............If the wood finish has deep scratches its also an option to have them painted at an Auto Paint shop...Put on a nice Lexus Silver or Burgandy.........You have plenty of options just need to pick the right one to fit your budget.........
Well I have lost of patience when it comes to this stuff.
Its SOLID wood and I believe I dont need to sand down too deep, just the top layer since the grains are still there, thats the way I like them.

No paint on these babes, the natural look is to die for.
Thanks and please feel to recommend any links for refinishing them.
Hi Ravi,
Remember you'll have to remove the multiple coats of lacquer to get to the wood!
You can attempt it yourself & if it does not come out right, then have them done by a pro.
I know that I would not attempt this myself on my Strad's.
It's like sending a Ferrari to Maaco for a paint job.
Wish you the best.
Thanks Paladin,

Well I am glad its not the Strad's, the newer Fabers are tougher to work I would say, I have the original Electa family, the original rustic walnut and I believe I should be able to turn this into a classic piece. I still love to sound and looks of them so.....thats why the effort is needed.

I will post some of the before and after for sure, thanks.