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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by Tonart, May 4, 2019.
Breathtaking top and a great stain!
Just so nice.
Not talking about any fading, that doesn't bother me. Although, mine is always in the case too so it's ready to grab to head to band rehearsal. Mine has yellowish tint that bugs me. Oh well, I guess it has a more vintage vibe.
I’ve a Santana that has a slight yellowish tint too - seems to be in the clear coat and not the wood. It happens. And yes I also feel it adds a vintage vibe.
Did I not know, or forget you have this one? Awesome. This is more the norm for the triple faded finish. The pale one is cooler IMO.
Thanks!! This one is Aquamarine actually but has faded AND yellowed.
Well crap, had me fooled as a triple faded indigo!
What a dilemma!
Maybe it will fade to VY
Winter just came!
So much awesome quilt in this thread!
Both are super spectacular
It was its turn at Tonart’s guitar spa today. Some tender loving care, dusting down and tuning, and I am rewarded with glorious crunch tones.
When I take photos that I get reminded how beautiful these guitars are. The rainforest swung by today.
Such an incredible top!
Oh good lord, that’s a monster top! Just a hint a micro mineral streaks for extra character below the trem. Love the inlay choice and the headstock eagle is unique with the MOP wing in between the paua. And it’s got a trem! Has this one Faded a bit? Haven seen a rainforest color look like this before. Gorgeous!
Nope, It’s in mint original condition.