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    Has anyone ever seen a surf green axis?

    My sterling ax40d took a pretty nasty bump to the floor at a gig a few months back...I have been considering having it refinished. I'd love to see a picture of a surf green axis, but I have had no luck in finding. The closest I can find that would be similar is this telecaster

    Has anyone ever seen a surf green axis?-nash-tc63-surf-green-hbm-339-candid-1_2048x2048-jpg

    I think the color would go well with the cream binding/knobs + zebra pickups. Thoughts?

    If anyone has a picture of a surf green axis, please send me the file!

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    Don’t think they ever made an Axis in a solid surf green, but I’m sure there are places that’ll do it for you.

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    I have always lusted after a seafoam axis. The nearest I got was this OLP a few years back.
    Not surf, but close.

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    A little wear & tear, and pinstriping and that would be smokin'!!!
    Balls are Best!!

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    God damn, that is awesome...That is even better than the surf green..

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