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Guitar Wraps & Guitar Skins

Do you have an old acoustic guitar with a peeling finish or an electric guitar you want to freshen up with a color change? You could try painting or refinishing your instrument, but get ready for a crazy learning curve. You will also spend a lot of time and money.

Unless you want to cringe over the prices of a new investment each time you want to alter the guitar's look, there's an easier way to get a cool finish — use one of Rvinyl's quick and easy color-change guitar wraps! Are you still on the fence? If our 3M™ Gloss Atomic Teal Guitar Wrap is good enough for Kelsea Ballerini, then we're pretty sure it will work for anyone.

What Are Guitar Skins?

Guitar films are a sheet of vinyl that covers the original skin of your instrument, giving you the freedom to change its appearance as many times as you wish. You may hear people refer to skins as a guitar wrap or film. They can take your axe's look to the next level. Instead of appearing like all the other guitars in the shop and on stage, yours can make people drool over its customization.

You can cherry-pick from sick images, bold patterns or solid colors. The vinyl has an adhesive backing that provides for a smooth installation process free of bubbles. Not only do our decals amp up the look of your guitar, but they can also hide damage, scratches and blemishes, while even smoothing over the roughness of any dents or nicks.

Vinyl is a pressure-sensitive material that activates its adhesive properties only when you apply force. It's also an air-egress decal that gives you a professional installation thanks to the cross-haired air channel pattern.

There may have been 2.6 million acoustic and electric guitars sold in 2017, but no guitar, then or now, will look like yours when you rely on the Rvinyl professionals and our array of customization options.

The Best Guitar Decals: What You and Your Fans Will Dig

At Rvinyl, we pride ourselves on carrying one of the largest selections of craft, sign and wrap vinyl anywhere. As a result, we're able to offer you a wide variety of choices when it comes to custom guitar skins. Choose from 3M™ 1080 Series Guitar Wraps, ORACAL® 975 Crocodile or Honeycomb Guitar Skins or go for a more traditional look with our Rcraft™ Wood Grain Guitar Refacing Films. Need a temporary solution for a gig or party to wrap your acoustic or electric axe? Try our ORACAL® 631 Removable Guitar Skins.

Our guitar stickers breathe life into your acoustic, electric or bass guitar — whether you jam at home, bang out a few songs with your buddies or play professionally. With Rvinyl's finish, your guitar gets a professional and personalized new look. Full of color, intricate designs and high-definition graphics, our decals can hype you up with a new vibe.

We offer a three-year warranty against cracking, peeling and fading for each of our vinyl films. Take a look at our options. When you pair one of the dozens of colors with the design you love, you'll want to jump right into the DIY. A few of our options include:

  1. Crocodile: Rvinyl's croc decals bring your guitar to an innovative level with an insane texture. As a 3D material, the croc vinyl seems like the real thing because you can feel the bumps and scales. Choose from realistic colors such as green, black or brown. Croc skin gives your guitar a hard look that's the real deal. It's a style you can rock with on stage or at home.
  2. Camouflage: Camo isn't just for hunting and the outdoors. Your options are endless, ranging from desert, arctic, blue, green, marshland and tree to digital, swamp, back country, backwoods, grass blades and neon green designs. You can opt for traditional camo or choose one with a refreshing twist to suit your axe. The desert vinyl has a four-toned camouflage pattern with triple-ply technology to give it the right depth. We take inspiration from real images found in nature to give you genuine coverings.
  3. Carbon fiber: Choose from shades like silver, yellow, black, white, anthracite, red, blue or transparent. Made from holographic patterns, Rvinyl carbon fiber decals are available in various sizes. The anthracite design gives off the imagery of woven graphite. When you apply carbon fiber vinyl to your trusty guitar, it provides a 3D appearance that looks like real dyed graphite. Even transparent is incredible if you already love the color of your guitar but want a lit pattern over the top.
  4. Brushed: When you squeegee out the last air bubble on the base of your guitar, you won't even be able to tell the difference between the brushed vinyl and the exact look of brushed fibers. The 3D decal has a metallic flake and works as a dual-layered film for professional results. You can even feel the grain of the brushed vinyl whether you want titanium, steel, aluminum, black metallic, bronze or gray.
  5. Matte: Matte is one of the most popular trends among owners of gadgets, cars and gizmos of all kinds. From adhering matte black vinyl onto vehicles or upgrading the look of a phone, matte can add a sophisticated and classy look that's unmatched by anything else. Choose from black, purple, teal, indigo, silver, red, bronze, gold or blue matte vinyl to wrap your ride-and-die axe.

Make it professional at half the cost of other guitar refurbishing options, whether you want to change the appearance of your instrument depending on the new music you're writing or you're vamping up the presence of your band. Apply red for an electric sense or punch it up a notch with teal to make heads turn. Our decals give you a modern finish while helping you keep extra change in your pocket.

Why Guitar Vinyl Wraps Are Amazing

There are a few other companies out there that offer true custom or trim-to-fit solutions for wrapping your electric, acoustic or bass guitar. But just because there are pre-cut options doesn't mean they're any easier to put on. In fact, you have to be pretty darn accurate to get it on right.

We deliver uncut guitar skins for a simple installation process. All you have to know are the measurements of your guitar, and then you're good to go. If you're someone who likes to take matters into their own hands, Rvinyl guitar decals are ideal for DIYers. You don't even have to be an experienced vinyl applicator to get it right. All you need is a killer wrap design from us, and you're already halfway to a fresh look.

Plus, there's another reason to buy your guitar skin from Rvinyl — we have textured wraps. Every other company we know offers digitally printed skins for guitars. But what if you want something a little more unique? What if you want a crocodile skin look with a true-to-life feel or to get the look of carbon fiber with a 3D texture? If you go anywhere else, you'd be out of luck. We have all you need and more at Rvinyl.

With graphics that pop, our wraps allow you to customize an electric, acoustic or bass guitar, or even a ukulele, so you don't have to rock with the same boring look each time. Choose the right model for your axe and get a hand-crafted look that can fit any model and size. Our products can last for several years if you take proper care of the decal, and they are removable whenever you want to switch to another look.

The Benefits of Buying Guitar Wraps

People who love music want to look good while they play it. Music allows you to showcase your individuality. It lets you tell everyone who you are, through what you play and what your instrument looks like. That's why you see so many professional guitar players with customized basses or acoustics. They express themselves through chord progression as well as what they bring on the stage. When you buy guitar wraps from Rvinyl, you get a chance to join them.

You can choose options that fit your personality or even ones that fit the persona you want to have. So much of music is about testing limits and trying out new looks. Guitar wraps allow you do to that, with no accompanying risk, and you do it at a relatively cheap price. You won't regret spending your money on something that makes you feel alive and in charge. These are just a few benefits of treating yourself to a guitar skin. Here are a few more:

  • Trying out daring new appearances: Do you have a stage guitar you pick up when you have a big gig? Do you frequently get nervous when you play on stage? Adopt a new persona that's big, bold and daring, and channel it by finding a guitar wrap to match. You'll gain confidence when you take the stage, and your wrap will remind you to keep pushing to that new comfort level.
  • Protecting your guitar: The advantages of vinyl skins even surpass the thrill of boosting the physical appearance of your favorite guitar. Guitar wraps protect the original finish of the instrument and are durable enough to withstand any jam sesh. They're also a cost-effective way to change the appearance of your collection without having to invest in a new style each time.
  • Finding tons of affordable options: We give you an affordable option that provides you the freedom to go from vibrant and electrifying to dark and menacing to bold and over-the-top. Don't waste your time or money on expensive paint jobs or brand-new instruments. Change up the body of your guitar as many times as you want without igniting a hole in your bank account.
  • Catching people's attention: Do you want to stand out? Then a guitar skin will help you do it. Bold colors and patterns combined with your unique swagger will show people they should keep an eye on you.
  • Making what's old new again: When you feel uninspired, do you ever think about getting a new guitar to help you get stoked again? That can get expensive. It's a lot cheaper to make changes to your existing guitar to give you the new edge you want, instead of trying for a new instrument. A guitar skin transforms the look of your guitar, so it feels fresh but won't cost you a lot.
  • Having fun: Never lose sight of the fact that music should be fun. You may do it as a hobby or a profession, but either way, you should enjoy it. A guitar skin reminds you of this. New vinyl for your guitar should inspire and excite you, and that will come through in the great new songs you write and perform after you get your film.

How to Wrap Your Guitar: It's Easier Than You Think

Now it's time to get down to the business of creating the new look of your bass guitar or crafting a boss vibe for your acoustic or transforming your electric into a fresh piece of art. Tools you will need include:

  • Razorblade
  • Scissors
  • Squeegee
  • Screwdriver
  • Nut drivers
  • Hex keys
  • String winder

Most of the tools are necessary for removing any hardware on the guitar. Starting on a flat surface, make sure your sticker is smooth and level before application. It's also a smart idea to have someone help you throughout the DIY to steady the vinyl, ensuring a seamless finish. Here's how to wrap your guitar with Rvinyl decals:

  1. Remove all hardware from the guitar, including pieces like the tone knobs, bridge, strings, potentiometers and pickguard
  2. Clean the instrument with warm, soapy water to help the adhesive properties activate
  3. Determine how you want to place your vinyl before removing the plastic backing
  4. For the smoothest results, lift part of the backing and put a small portion of the sticker onto the start — often at the bottom
  5. Holding the decal down onto the guitar, slide the backing from underneath the vinyl, pressing down on the decal as you go — this is where an extra pair of hands will help
  6. Once you apply the sticker, squeegee the surface, starting from the center and working outward to release any bubbles
  7. Pressure from the squeegee will activate the vinyl's adhesive properties
  8. Cut out areas of the decal where the hardware sits using a razor blade
  9. Cut around the edge of the guitar, holding the blade perpendicular to the instrument's face
  10. Squeegee out the edges again for a clean finish after the cut
  11. Reattach the hardware
  12. Do the same process for the headstock, if necessary

You can also try another method for applying the vinyl skin, which works with pickups intact:

  1. Remove hardware from the guitar
  2. If you choose to keep the pickups in place, unscrew the mounting rings or the pickups from the body, depending on the make and model
  3. Place the vinyl face-down on a flat surface, then put the guitar body on top
  4. Trace around the body of the instrument
  5. Cut out the stencil, leaving a small margin between the line and where you're cutting — you can make more precise cuts once the sticker is on
  6. Lock the vinyl in place by using masking tape, making sure it covers the entire body
  7. Use a razor blade or X-ACTO knife to cut the skin at each pickup
  8. Remove the tape, fine-tune the previous cuts and bend the vinyl to allow the pickups to pass through
  9. Clean the surface of the guitar and tape the decal once more at the top
  10. Separate the adhesive and the plastic layer until the halfway point, cutting off the plastic sheet
  11. Apply the vinyl onto the bare guitar surface and squeegee out any air bubbles
  12. Cut away at any pickup cavities and remove the neck decal
  13. Adhere the second half of the vinyl by removing the backing and smoothing the sticker from the middle toward the outside with the squeegee
  14. Tidy up the cuts and also cut around the sides of the guitar, sliding it along the edges without scratching the original surface
  15. Open any holes for the switch and other components
  16. Put hardware back on

No matter which vinyl DIY installation technique you try, Rvinyl wraps will create a seamless finish that you'll want to show off to everyone you know. Our vinyl decals allow you to take pride in your work. Want to show off your handiwork and get a nice reward? You can submit a photo of your wrapped guitar, and we will add you to our product rebate program. It's a win-win. Preserve the value of your guitar, save money and be the guitar player everyone wants to jam with.

Rock Out With the Sickest Vinyl Decals Available

Browse our hundreds of options whether you want to rock out with an improved look for fun, have an awesome gig to attend or need to upgrade the image of your band. From arctic camo and green croc skin to black matte, our vinyl is available in diverse shades. You can customize your guitar decal to last several years, months or even a single day.

We combine style and affordability, so DIY enthusiasts like you can personalize the exterior of your guitar. Shop at Rvinyl and receive free shipping if your order surpasses $59. Reach out to us online for more details on our vinyl wrap skins or chat with us live for immediate answers.


Reviews | 4 Reviews

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I’m such a huge fan of your vinyl for guitars.
by Brandon A, US 5.00

6/30/2020
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I’m such a huge fan of your vinyl for guitars. After not reading the directions like a typical man, I ruined my first sheet and had to order a second one. Didn’t let that stop me from making a super sweet guitar with it. Building guitar kits is my newest hobby and I foresee using your products on them in some capacity every time.
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Excellent product.
by Riley L, STARKVILLE, MS 5.00

8/24/2020
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Excellent product. Comes with an instruction card to help you out. With vinyl wrapping, you get out what you put in. Clean the surface to which you're applying, ensure you have enough wrap to finish the job, etc. You may have to lift up and re-place your wrap over and over again to ensure there aren't any creases or wrinkles. Luckily, this wrap was up to the task! Used a box cutter to trim the edges and that worked just fine. If you have any wrap left over, you might end up slapping it on more projects than you planned on!
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Easier than I thought it would be to install.
by Thomas Cowgill, IN 4.50

8/10/2022
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First time user of any type of wrap. Small project and it really looks great. I can see why this is becoming more popular, so much easier than paint without the vocs. So many color and design options that it's hard to choose. I expect that I'll be getting more wrap in the future.

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4.88 | 4 Reviews