#1
The woody finish that's like yellow-ish. I thought it was Ash, but it seems not to be the cash.
#2
Butterscotch blonde?
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#4
I want to ruin that Tele.
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#5
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I want to ruin that Tele.
In a good way?
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#6
Depends upon the finish

The less pronounced orangey yellow used on Telecasters more often is known as "Butterscotch Blonde" or "Blonde" in general


The whiter blonde color is known as "Mary Kaye" blonde after the Stratocaster cosmetics lady Mary Kaye held in an advertisement in the 1950's.

The transparent finish on 70's Fenders that has the woodgrain like it's visible under glass is "Natural", which is basically just a sealed Ash body with clearcoat sprayed over the top. Some other guitars have this color with just a mild stain or sealer coat.
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