In this case Tropical Turquoise? I know there are a lot of Fender blues out there but that one in particular is exactly what I'm after. Inquiring minds want to know...
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IMO, your best bet is to mail a physical sample of the color you're after, for instance from a photo. That may seem excessive, but speaking from experience, trying to explain a color via email, even if you both think you've communicated it clearly, doesn't work too well. One issue is that the original colors weren't always consistent (Fender buying paint from different suppliers), then there's different thicknesses of clear coats (which still have a tint), and last but not least, different environmental exposure over time. By the time you're done, your idea of tropical turquoise may have been very different from what you get. Lastly, decide if you want the color to stay as it is, or age over time. Depending on this, you could go with a thicker nitro clear coat, or no clear coat at all, or a colorfast type of paint.In this case Tropical Turquoise? I know there are a lot of Fender blues out there but that one in particular is exactly what I'm after. Inquiring minds want to know...