Hi all! Hope you’re all well, I’m new to posting here (although have read the forum for a while) and was wondering if you clever bunch could clarify some thing for me! I’ve used the search function but it doesn’t seem to yield much information on this topic for this model for me unfortunately! So I recently purchased an AO 60s Tele, and understand that that this is supposedly nitro finished with a polyurethane undercoat. I know that the nitro of today isn’t the same as yesteryear etc, but I’m confused in regards to just how similar this finishing process is to it’s original vintage counterpart with the poly under the nitro. From what I understand from my reading on guitarhq, fullerplast on vintage bodies was a sealing of the body to protect it before the colour coating process begun. So with that in mind, how (or is) this any different to the AO finishes today? The AO finishes seem to get a lot of flack for not being vintage correct, when it seems this may be more accurate to post ‘63 with the protective sealed undercoat compared to thin skins etc that seem to be revered? Thanks in advance!