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    If you were to order a new guitar in a solid color but you could not get red black or white what color would it be?

  • #2
    Purple

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    • #3
      It is going to vary based on what the guitar is and what is its intended usage. You don't get Hot Pink on a War Beast for a country stage. Glitter, glitter is a solid color. So is chrome.
      But, outside of that, it would probably be blue. I don't know why, but blue tends to be a readily available go-to color.

      They look pretty in pictures. But at one point in time I looked around and was surrounded by blue guitars. I don't even like blue. So I went on a "sell all the blue" guitars rampage. I listed them in stages, but had over a dozen blue guitars for sale at the same time on craigslist.

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      • #4
        Grafitti Yellow or Platinum Pink. Already have the Platinum Pink. Grafitti Yellow is currently being built at the JCS.

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        • #5
          Any color or Jackson colors? I have several, Metallic blue and/or Candy blue/ metallic purple/ black forest are my favorite stock non graphic finishes.
          Current gear: Jackson Concert Ex, Charvel Fusion Custom

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          • #6
            are metallics and pearls "solid?"

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            • #7
              Thanks for the input. I’m possibly working I’m starting my own guitar company but I find that the typical colors you can find every day are boring. I wanted to do something unique. I should have more details soon.

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              • #8
                What I meant by solid colors was that I’m not doing any kind of crackle designs or anything like that at this point. In the future definitely.

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