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    Discontinued colors: which one would you like to be still available?

    Like the title said. Let me start: I wouldn't mind if Radiance Red was available again. Martini Olive Green is great too but only with the whole package (martini inlays that is).

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    2003 Luke Luke Blue signed twice by Lucious
    2007 Luke LE Blue Dawn signed by Lucious

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    I really like true gold it's one of my favourites.
    I would love to see a graffiti yellow , not sure if ebmm ever did that colour though.
    Gio

    Steve Morse Y2D with Floyd Rose
    2015 PDN Steve Morse Y2D
    Depurple burst y2d
    Blueburst Steve Morse standard
    Purple Sterling AX40D
    and a bunch of guitars I don't really play anymore

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    I'd love to see true gold on a JP.
    '97 Axis Sport Transparent Purple (HSS, Floyd)
    '11 JP6 Pearl White (Loaded)
    '11 Axis Purple Quilt
    '12 PDN Axis Honey Burst
    '12 SM-Y2D Purple Sunset (Floyd)
    '12 JPX Barolo

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    Some kind of Amethyst on a JP.
    JP12-7 Bali Burst DOB:

    JPXI-7 Emerald Green Sparkle....

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    Amethyst and emerald green. Love them both.
    7/29/04 EBMM Sub1 X11376 oil/wax neck, gloss black body, faux binding, HSS w/5 way and silent circuit
    keep in mind that you are talking about four pieces of wood two pots one switch a trem along with springs two pickups and some wire.....BP

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    Olive Gold.
    @end, love_take = love_make
    Now playing: Silhouette 20th Anniversary, hardtail, rosewood, non-match, 10s.

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    Autumn Redrise and Burnt Candy Apple.

    2018 Axis - BFR - Buckeye Burl
    2017 Morse - BFR - Dark Lord - Tahitian Blue
    2017 StingRay 5 - 30th Anniversary - Buttercream
    2013 Albert Lee - BFR - Pinkburst
    2013 Luke III - PDN - emerald green sparkle with an all rosewood neck
    2012 Morse - BFR - Dark Lord
    2012 Axis - PDN - Honeyburst
    2011 Axis - BFR - Black Sugar Roasted
    2009 Axis - Pink Quilt (Oinky)
    2006 StingRay - 30th Anniversary fretless
    1996 StingRay - 20th Anniversary

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    Yeah...I missed out on Amethyst as well. My other two favs were the GC 46th Anniversary limited run of Bahama Blue (not burst), and the good old black sparkle.

    Mike
    2016 PDN Starry Night Cutlass (Natural Headstock)
    2010 Barolo JPX (Piezo, Inlays, Matching Headstock)
    2007 Bahama Blue Sparkle Back BFR Luke (GC Exclusive)
    2007 Blue Dawn LE JP6 (Piezo, Inlays, Matching Headstock)
    2006 Dargie Delight I Luke (No Piezo, Natural Headstock)
    2005 Sapphire Black JP6 (Piezo, Inlays, Matching Headstock)

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    The burst used for the 25th anniversary guitars: Venetian Redburst
    @end, love_take = love_make
    Now playing: Silhouette 20th Anniversary, hardtail, rosewood, non-match, 10s.

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    Black Magic Crystal....put that on an Axis Super Sport with an ebony board and that would be a must have.
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    Lefty Axis Super Sport---Natural Quilt
    Lefty Axis Super Sport---Cabernet Pearl / Hard Tail
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    I'm fine with colors... I would love another purple axis, but I didn't pull the triger on a Tribute. Would love a honeyburst Silo Spec... But I can get an Albert Lee. Venetian Redburst was a great color on the 25th, but what guitar would you put it on?

    I would love to see more special edition neck offerings like the BFR Rosewood neck offering where you could do it on any standard model and color. If they could do that with a roasted maple neck it could be a very bad thing for my wallet right now.
    White Silo Spec with a white pickguard and black pickups and knobs (reverse Gilmour) and a roasted maple neck (lots of birds)... That would be my wish.
    Trans Gold Axis- Flame (DOB 12.13.1996)
    Trans Green Axis Sport (DOB 12.02.1997)
    Trans Green Axis- Quilt (DOB 03.14.2000)
    Black 2HB AL (DOB 12.01.2009)
    White HSS Silo Spec (DOB 3.16.2014)

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    Blue Dawn, or black sparkle
    2001 Luke Blue Dawn G17018-09/27/2001
    2001 JP7 Full Mystic Dream F04507-07/26/2001
    2006 SM-Y2D quilted maple top Purple Sunset G34623-12/27/2006


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    I'd love to have a JP7 in Sequoia Gold.
    "It's taken all my life to learn what not to play"
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    I have a standard JP in Graphite Pearl - I personally think its a great looking finish
    EBMM Axis Super Sport (Pacific Blue Burst)
    EBMM L3 HH (Olive Gold)
    EBMM L3 HSS Roasted (Bodhi Blue)
    EBMM Silo Special (Blue Dawn)
    EBMM Albert Lee SSS (Sky Blue)
    EBMM Majesty (Iced Crimson)
    EBMM Cutlass (Vintage Turquoise)
    EBMM L3 BFR (Blueberry Burst)
    EBMM Cutlass HSS (Firemist Silver)

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    Ok I'll play again. By order of importance. I personally have always thought that an AL or Silo Special would be killer in Midnight Blue Sparkle. The only instrument that I ever saw in this color was a Sterling Bass, which I also owned for a short period. In person this color is killer.



    1. Midnight Blue Sparkle
    2. Gremlin Green
    3. Stratus Blue Sparkle
    4. Red Sparkle
    5. Autumn Red Rise
    6. Autumn Red Burst


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