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Sea Foam and Surf Green

Discussion in 'Telecaster Discussion Forum' started by Reverb Dude, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. MJRPhoto

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  2. PaulStrattele

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    You can't go wrong with Sonic, Surf, Seafoam, Daphne, or Inverness.
     
  3. Nelg

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    Daphene Blue Esquire would be a great addition to your collection and not that far a jump from the surf green
     
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    xtrajerry Doctor of Teleocity

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    I still get pangs every time I see your '69s.. They must be really special to be keepers.

    shoulda, coulda..
     
  5. KeithRichard

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    I have one 69 thinline and they are a great addition to anyone's arsenal. Beautiful playing and looking guitars. Love how light they are.
     
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    Ohhh no, those Thinlines have me GASing now!
     
  7. KeithRichard

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    That's what happened to me about 3 months ago, I was gassing for the 69 thinline 24/7, it just wouldn't stop until I caved in and bought one. Now I'm gassing for the 72 thinline with the same intensity as the 69.
     
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    Love my Surf Green Esquire…

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    I've got a sea foam green Nocaster. The guy who originally owned it special ordered it from the Custom Shop with a dark rosewood board. The neck is a monster. All the readers who suggested a rosewood board are spot on. They feel like they are EQd differently, while still maintaining a Tele flavor. Based on your guitars, I might go with a Daphne blue. I would just look at pale shades of '57 Chevys for your fave.

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  10. marsh99

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    so many gorgeous guitars in this thread
     
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    Black Strat to stand out.
     
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    Love these colours! My 'jazzcaster' I built.

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  13. Reverb Dude

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    I have one tucked under my bed, my first guitar.
     
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    Damn. I think I want a seafoam/rosewood Tele AND Strat now.
     
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    Lovin your Jazzcaster, pale green and tortoise shell is a great combination, looks great.
     
  16. Reverb Dude

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    Definitely Daphene blue, for sure but this project is a little ways out...

    I originally and still do want a single pickup Cabronita, I hardly ever use the neck pickup in the one I have. I find it funny that when I was younger and learning to play that I never liked the bridge pickup and now I think that it's the only pickup worth playing through.
     
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