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CUSTOM COLORS

BLACK:

One of the first colors used by Fender.

DAKOTA RED:

Introduced in 1958 for Cadillac the color was quickly ushered into the Fender line of colors. The color completely opaques the grain and is the "reddest" of the Fender colors.

FIESTA RED:

Although Fender seemed to favor General Motors colors for their guitars here is a color for the Ford guys. Fiesta Red found its way to the public eye on the '56 Thunderbird and was discontinued the next year. It was used by Fender from '60 to '69. The color is lighter and more orange than the truer red of Dakota Red.

OLYMPIC WHITE:

While very white the color has a slight blue component in the mix. It can be clear coated to give an aged yellow appearance although it is believed that Fender did not clear coat the color because of this very reason. Without lacquer is white looking, but with lacqer can be come very yellow.

OLYMPIC WHITE - JIMI HENDRIX WOODSTOCK:

The most white version of the Olympic whit color options.

SHELL PINK:

Reputed to be one of the rarest of the Fender custom colors it was first seen on the 1956 DeSotos. It was in the Fender lineup until 1963.

SEA FOAM GREEN:

Slightly darker than Surf Green, Sea Foam Green (also called Foam Green by Dupont) is a great choice for either a Strat or Tele style body. Originally seen on the '56 Buick it saw life with Fender from '60 to '69.

SONIC BLUE:

Slighly less blueish than Daphne Blue. And in daylight can almost been sees as white. Why Fender liked the color so much for the Mustang is a question left to be answered. However, the dirth of Strats and P-Basses finished in the color make them much more desirable.

SURF GREEN:

The color, if not a brother, is a close cousin of Sonic Blue. Most of you older guys will remember it from the '56 Chevy. The younger guys will remember it from... well, their Dads' '56 Chevy. As evidenced by the prices (that is, if you can find one), there are not a lot of Surf Green any things out there.

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