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Sage Green. It's not old enough for the kind of greening that Inca Silver can turn over time with the right kind of clear lacquer.
Whaaat? Your '64 is nowhere near negated. It's a fabulous guitar and in a proper thin nitro finish too.
I must confess I have never had any interest at all in owning one at all, and I have a multitude of Teles.
They have always looked a bit like bad...
Superb! Looks wonderful. Happy Birthday!
No guard on that one for me.
I learn the lessons and move on to the next project. No point stressing about imperfections.
That's sweet I love how the yellowed clear lacquer layer has returned to white in the wear areas. Loads of character.
I have two of these. One from the early days for that guitar '85 and another from 2015. The 2015 has a neck that is a little thicker, more like...
Neck - Maple
Neck Profile - Oval
Fingerboard - Rosewood
Fingerboard Inlays - Aged White Dots
Fingerboard Radius - 7.25"
Nut Width - 1.650"
Thanks. It's an AVRI '64. I picked it up as a used Fender demonstrator. I'm a bit bonkers about blue guitars..... I have 2 other LPB, a 50s style...
Yes I've seen the posts - beautiful.
I'm glad you like it.
....Why 50s pickups and brass saddles and 9.5 radius? That's because they wanted to make an I expensive version of the features that were...
A tiny bit at a time and check. That's the secret.
And I like red on semis. It's a classic.