Seafoam green: the pepto-bismol of greens

Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by frustum, Apr 29, 2021.

  1. andare


    Oct 4, 2016
    Seafoam green, cerulean blue, ocean turquoise, daphne blue that becomes seafoam green and lake placid blue that becomes teal as they ages - lay it on me. I want acoustic guitars, electric guitars, basses, amps and pedals. Thank you.
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  2. TBird1958

    TBird1958 As a matter of fact....I am your Queen! Staff Member

    Mar 13, 2008
    Seattle Washington
    Endorsing Artist Mike Lull T Bass pickups
    A refinned Orville, with a custom two point bridge
  3. Gary Stevens

    Gary Stevens GS Custom Guitars. Gary Stevens. Florida USA Commercial User

    Dec 8, 2019
    Green Cove Springs, Florida
    Luthier since 1989
    How about the dreaded avocado-colored kitchen appliances!
  4. Now watch marketing rebrand it as “Guacamole” and it will (shudder) make a reappearance.
  5. 4stringfarley

    4stringfarley Supporting Member

    Nov 4, 2015
    Cajun Country
    i see nothing wrong with this.
  6. This is why I like the Surf Green on beautiful Fender guitars and basses. My dream ride.

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  7. Gary Stevens

    Gary Stevens GS Custom Guitars. Gary Stevens. Florida USA Commercial User

    Dec 8, 2019
    Green Cove Springs, Florida
    Luthier since 1989
  8. frustum

    frustum Supporting Member

    Feb 1, 2020
    Austin, TX, USA
    To put a cap on this (I originated this poopiepost thread) I bought a G&L Fallout Tribute bass yesterday from a fellow talkbass member who is local to me. It is "surf green".

    It is like the night of the living zombies ... you can fight against them but eventually you'll get tired, they'll get your soul, and you become one of them.
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  9. Ricky Rioli

    Ricky Rioli

    Sep 29, 2020
    I hope you are enjoying your new bass as much as I am enjoying the fact that these two posts came less than 3 months apart :D

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  10. I like your thinking there. I feel the same about metallic colors on guitars, to me they just seem wrong and don't go with wooden necks, but I understand that my thoughts are as driven by personal bias, or irrationality, as any one else's preferences about color, or other finishes. (I also confess to really liking Surf Green along with natural wood under clear finishes.)
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  11. P. Aaron

    P. Aaron Supporting Member

    Because paint hides the simulated wood grain predominant on many Fenders.
  12. Gregc57


    May 28, 2021
    NY, USA
    Love all the old DuPont Duco car colors from the 50s; fiesta, surf, sea foam, etc…..
  13. jdaunt

    jdaunt Supporting Member

    Jun 30, 2016
    Grand Blanc, MI
    I’m not a huge fan of the color, but i was at my local GC Friday to trade in a bass amp for a guitar amp and tried out the Fender Deluxe PJ in seafoam pearl and it felt and sounded so great that it came home with me instead of the amp. View attachment 4323143
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  14. swarfrat


    Sep 23, 2014
    Seafoam green is people!! Oh wait, wrong movie
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  15. I wonder how many under age 60 get that reference?
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  16. swarfrat


    Sep 23, 2014
    I'm a decade under that and have never seen the movie.
  17. Doug4321


    May 29, 2017
    I got it! I’m more the Kurt Cobain generation, sadly.
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  19. Bobbadfinger


    Jan 23, 2020
    More power to green !

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  20. Beauty is in the beholder. To each their own. Usually I do not care for the color ,but am beholden the Squier Mustang reissue in the color.
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