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Discussion in 'Stratocaster Discussion Forum' started by Cysquatch, Jun 6, 2019.
That's straight from THAT 70s SHOW!!!!!
I probably sat with you guys at Winterland and the Fillmore and such places.
I like faded white pickguards on green Strats. Ones that look like they've been out in the sun for good while.
To be honest, I'm not very familiar with British Racing Green. I happened to stumble across this one and immediately decided i wanted one in that color. I know that with Sherwood Green, much like many of Fender's other colors, the exact shade varies greatly from guitar to guitar, model to model, etc. This BRG strat very closely resembles some Sherwood Green guitars I've seen in the past. If there's one small variance, it's that my BRG has a hint of turquoise when in a certain light. Love both colors though!
My little fetish of surf green.
Somewhere I have a surf green cable too.
I really wish you hadn't shown me that. Because now I'm just sitting here looking at my non-all-surf green rig and finding it extremely lacking. That looks so great. Did you by chance also have a thread a while back about a white and surf green pedal board with a build in reverb tank?
I don't have a Tele in any shade of green, but I've always been partial to green guitars. My favourite colour. It isn't a colour that you see very often in guitars. When I found my #1 fortunately it was the right colour!
Not the most favourite brand on the forum, but a beautiful guitar none-the-less. And I still have more than one Tele, so it's cool.
Yesterday, I bought my fifth green Strat. I might have a problem.
seafoam green, with my smiley son
Green apple. Apparently an FSR color in 2015. A 50's classic players strat, 7.25 radius vintage frets. Me like. Me keep.
One day I'm going to make myself a British Racing Green guitar, complete with race number
LOVE LOVE LOVE the green TIMMY. Did you build that yourself?
I’m in. My sage green metallic Player Series arrived today.
I’d intended to swap out the pickguard for tortoise, but I like the parchment guard that’s on there now, so I just replaced the knobs with amp knobs and replaced the tuners with Hipshot locking machines.
this body is back in the spare room with nothing on it atm.... it's been played a lot though, in different guises/necks....
Here's my partscaster. Blatant copy of the fender professional olive green strat. With the weather here in the UK, it's getting a lot use at the moment.
i love a good neon green strat
Upgraded my white partscaster with a B-stock sage green metallic alder body from GFS (stripes hiding the ding):