Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by Jack Frost, Apr 15, 2019 at 4:38 PM.
Looks more like "Sepia Burst," and I dig it.
I dig the Suhr version of Antigua burst a lot.
I wish he made 30 inch scale basses as that would be a rocking color to have.
Awful. I feel sorry for my eyes.
i'd rock it! just kidding - i wouldn't rock it. actually, kidding for real, i'd rock the crap out of it. yeah right, just joshing, i wouldn't, like, ever rock that. totally messing around - i'd rock it.
i think? i could vacillate on that finish forever...
Like I said, polarizing. Even sometime among one person LOL!
No such thing as a good version of that color. Looks like the ceiling tiles at the bowling alley by my house. Looks like there were some leaks to boot.
People are weird.
I mean, I'm people too but some others are weirder.
I like it! Dont understand the hate for Antigua
I had an Antigua Strat back in the early 80’s. Back then I thought it looked badass. Now, not so much.
I don’t think it has anything to do with who makes the guitar.
Really ugly finish, reminds me of bad 70’s avocado appliances
All of you who don’t like Antigua are wrong.
if it doesn't have the dreaded 1.65 nut width, i'd play the heck out of it
I for one love Antigua Burst. I want a Les Paul done like that.
Are you kidding me ! I'm not a fan of the original Fender Antigua and even less of the 2 tones sunbursts in general but this Suhr interpretation of the Antigua Burst looks amazing !
...and I must be right because my Mom always told me I have very good taste.
Mushroom Burst. :
Now I want a polyester leisure suit, but can't decide on green or tan. Either way I'd get a lot of attention!
It looks good. It’s a classic finish.
Not my cup of tea, but it looks cool.
Did you get your '79 new? I remember my Fender dealer having one back in '79 and it was much closer to the Suhr version, but it was a touch grayer/less brown than that photo of the Suhr. They greened up really quickly when exposed to light, smoke, etc.