side by side pic of seafoam and surf green?

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  1. rollyfoster

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    I'm on the lookout for a direct comparison b/t seafoam and surf green, but can't find any photos of the two of them together in the same lighting, etc. Anybody have anything that could help?
     
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    Zilmo, I don't know whether to be impressed or afear'd. :D
     
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    These colors have always been weird to me. On a paint chip chart, Surf always looks WAY better to me, but on guitars, they both look great to me. Love the PRS example with the white pickguard to offset it!
     
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    Surf Green...Cunetto style!

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    ack, this is confusing me. those paint samples at the top are "techincally" right? but the prs lineup looks closer to the surf sample and the tele doesn't look like either one...
     
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    Seafoam green, mojocaster-style :D

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    More here...
     
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    Seafoam Schecter USA style.

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    ...we always called this color "puke green": HTH :crazyguy

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    They always seemed close to me with surf being a blue-ish green while seafoam a more minty green :)
    Here is a surf I did
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    Hard too with light being different in different shots..... See this is the same guitar but looks greener :)
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    Seafoam green is a hard color to photograph. Here is a pic from the webstie:

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    And here's mine.....looks blue in the light.


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    These are the two exact sames colors. If I take mine in the house it looks green again. :)
     

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