So my idea was a surfy-type guitar based on a '57 Chevy Bel Air convertible in tropical turquoise. Cruising down Highway 1, redwoods meet the sea... It is a tricky color to capture. Images can look bluer or greener depending on lighting, etc. Plus, you get into the murky world of automobile color chips and convolutions in history... John ended up using a later year Ford color to get there. The color is closest to about 25 seconds into the vid, where they are spinning the car and showing the hood. (The shots of the interior are far more strident, not close at all.) Gold grill, chrome trim, the "India Ivory" top are all reflected really well in the hardware/pups/guard. Here's John's high resolution photo which comes closest to capturing it. This still looks a little less vibrant/paler and slughtly bluer than the actual guitar: Here it is in the Reunion Blues case (and looking WAY more blue than it is!): Best yet, the guitar plays like a dream! Everything from clear, introspective stuff to full on rock power! Had it down with the band yesterday, and it killed in every way. These guys are a joy to work with, and these instruments are fantastic!