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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by JB74, Jun 12, 2021.
This thread makes me crave ice cream. And a bigger guitar stand.
Shell pink over sonic blue, no clear coat. This is an older picture, it now has a single coil in the bridge
I have three Shell Pink, one Cream (they call it “Vintage White”), a Fiesta Red, and a Burgundy Mist - all Fenders. I also have Candy Tangerine and Orange Flake, both of which are (to me) stunning. This is Candy Tangerine, my go-to stage guitar. It sports a prototype ground-glass pickguard given to me as a gift.
Sorry, here’s a bigger file of Candy Tangerine…
Started as a black strat. Custom refinish by a client of mine who does high-end auto paint restoration. I had him use the actual surf green paint code from a ‘57 Chevy, and he added that 3D metallic flake effect for some sparkle
That is a cool pick guard! What's the story behind it?
My first partscaster: Squier Deluxe Series Stratocaster body in Daphne Blue with a 1988-89 MIJ Fender 62 reissue neck (completed with Custom Shop Texas Special pickups, Wilkinson 2 point trem, vintage style Fender tuners).
American Original 50’s in ash blonde nitro. Wearing in nicely. Kept out of sun so far so not yellowing. Sweat and oil from skin causing finish to darken and show more grain near forearm carve. Love it.
Oh… and it plays and sounds killah
Capri Orange fresh out of the box, plus Shell Pink & Surf Green.
Partscaster I built around 15 years ago. Home Depot rattle can paint, I don't remember what brand or color it was but pretty close to sonic blue.
I just finished this custom finish. It's swamp ash with shell pink and black stain/grain fill two-tone. I couldn't decide, so went with both
If I had Photoshop I'd drop these in a big Easter basket.
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