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Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Bluego1, Sep 17, 2019.
Doesn’t that color scream modern bridge, though? Ain’t nothing vintage about it.
I know what you mean but.....
when those bold colours were popularised on cars and home appliances, vintage bridges were just- bridges.
You guys will love the color when they blow them out at $399.
I see what you did there.
I prefer to source my electron green from carbon-14
All I can say is, if you’re gonna play a guitar that color, you'd better not suck.
..only if it lights up in the dark. I could use it for a night light.
Did Rutherford know that?
Plutonium yellow would be a good color name.
Can I get a '51-style P Bass in that color?
Reminds me of Key Lime pie!!! Could be very popular in FL and El Caribe When I first clicked on this post, it scared me... now that I've looked at it a few times.... hmmm.... I just don't know! I'm kinda starting to dig it! LOL!!!
Chevy used to call it Citrus back in the day.
These should sell well to fans of Kawasaki motorcycles.
"Green can be cool and friendly like..."
I like it. Don't think I'd buy it, but I'd sure take one and play it.
It’s growing on me, too.
Help a comrade out, TDPRI! I thought key lime pie was yeller.
I wish they called it Mountain Dew Green..