Second, getting the bridge masked was a pain; lots of curves, and that kind of tape doesn't flex or stretch.
Speaking of which, masked and what the body looks like sanded
Here's the hanger system
And yes, I did wear a mask for spraying. Bought it a few years back, mostly for dust but the filter cartridges are rated for paint & varnish. VERY happily; couldn't smell the stuff at all while spraying, but after had stepped outside and taken the mask off, stuck my head back in to check things and the smell of varnish was, I'll go with 'strong'. If you weren't already aware, if you're going to be spraying a nitrocellulose varnish like this, do not do it without breathing protection. I was also wearing pants, a long-sleeve shirt, one of my 'keep the crap off my head' covers and the mask. Also, I used my spray paint handle(something like this one) on the can.
On the handle, I've been switching that between brake cleaner and chain lube(do NOT use brake cleaner on a O-ring motorcycle chain! No, I was warned before, that's not experience) as well as spray paint, very handy thing it is.
So, first coat on, let it dry a bit longer, then second coat. And so on