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Discussion in 'Other Cool Guitars' started by Ricochet, Mar 12, 2019.
So Ice Blue is just right then - SGs are best as blues guitars imo.
Nice but too Stratty
Have you ever thought of just sanding it down to it's natural wood and just lacquer it ? It would be different ......
Good thought. This being the cheapest Epiphone you can get(It came bundled with an Epi starter pack) I don't have high hopes of finding a nice piece of wood underneath the finish. Then there's the scraping of the poly...
Creamy White IMHO
Cardinal Red...of course....or Pink
Sonic Blue or Daphne Blue, like my next project with P-90...
But it's me, OK ?
what is sonic and daphne blue - you have examples ??
Sonic blue is in my first post. Daphne has a hint more blue to it.
My old Telemaster was Sonic Blue
Although the lighting makes these look different than in person
You just posted the two worst examples of their representative colours possibly in the world.
As a matter of fact I’m pretty sure that first one is surf green.
Maybe these offer a better representation. Taken from Rothko & Frost, the nitro manufacturer.
My '61 is black.... ..with a B5.......
I'd chose Prince Purple. Jag Green is nice, too, and, of course, Sonic Blue is a fantastic colour.
I'm with Englishman on this. While a black SG can look smart, I'm for cherry red -- and I mean that proper lustrous deep see-through cherry red that lets you see the woodgrain beneath.
I like a transparent finish but it will be a solid colour finish to cover the grain and most likely a multi-piece body.
Thanks Ricochet for posting this ! I'm interested because it shows the color difference side to side...
There's a big chance that it's Poplar or Basswood underneath, and these don't have too much grain after all, so any see-through wouldn't show very much.
I'm having a bit of a hard time seeing all these colours with the black dogear and pickguard. Black and cream might work, though.
I had my custom RockNRollRelics “SG”(Sixty-One Custom)done in TV Yellow.
OK, I know this is gonna sound REALLY stupid, but I saw the first few images and I was thinking "yeah that's pretty cool I guess." Then I saw the shot of the back of the headstock and the way they tapered the black paint down, and I was like "I need this now!"
I'm pretty simple.