I’ve built and finished several strats and teles this past year and I have gotten the process down pretty good. For a single color, that is. Here’s what I’m wanting to do next: Basically, I want to make my own “Jason Isbell signature Tele.” If you aren’t familiar with the guitar, his is a 60’s fender Tele, rosewood fretboard, double cream binding, with a 3-tone chocolate burst. (Very dark brown-almost black, red, and the orange color in the center. I have also looked at the schecter pt special in burst and love it as well. I haven’t decided wether to leave grain open or not. Probably not, as I’m also a huge fan of mirrored finishes. So, This won’t look exactly like either of the guitars I mentioned above. Ok, here are my main questions: 1. Dye, or spray? A. If dye, what kind? I’ve watched countless vids with stew Mac, RIT dye, leather dye, etc. B. If spray, stew Mac Lacquer and lacquer thinner and tint, or basic rattle cans? 2. If I’m spraying, should I use the paper/ cardboard cutout method to block paint, or “sideways” angular spraying? 3. If I’m dying the wood, light to dark or dark to light application order? In other words, start from the outside and move in, or vice versa? 4. Is there a way to find the colors used on the isbell tele? What names are they called? Is it standard fender colors, or standard industry names? I thought I had an idea of what to do, but once I dove into YouTube tutorials, I discovered everyone was doing something different and it thoroughly confused and intimidated me. thank you all in advance for your help!