Orange you glad to see these?
Yeah, I know. Bad joke. But October is an excuse to show some electric guitars in orange. This is a color you don't see too often.
We'll first start off with the guitar seen above, the Fender Player Telecaster in Capri Orange. Fender started releasing guitars in this finish fairly recently, and it works well with Fender curvy body shapes.
Next up is the Squier Affinity Telecaster in Competition Orange. Same as Capri Orange? No. This one has a slightly "louder" hue to it. Looks cool, and it's cheap to buy.
Now we have something that definitely fits the Halloween vibe, the Jackson Soloist SLX in Orange Crackle. Jackson actually did do this right as it covers the entire guitar. The front, back, sides and even the back of the neck all the way up to the headstock have the crackle finish applied.
It should also be noted a Green Crackle version exists too. Same as the Orange Crackle, but obviously in green.
Now we class up the place with a Taylor T3/B semi-hollow. This guitar is all sorts of pretty. You never knew orange could look this classy.
Lastly, a guitar that looks like it's on fire, the ESP USA Viper. The color is Transparent Amber, but obviously you see lots of orange here.
This is not an LTD. This is an actual ESP. Top-of-the-line stuff, complete with case and case candy. If you want absolute premium with your orange electric, well, there you are.
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