I'm assuming the one in the video is supposed to be a simulation of a burst that was refinished in Seafoam, but it's not making a ton of sense to me.
There's some precident for this - you probably already know this but in the early days of Fender, if you wanted a Strat in some non-standard solid color, they would take a sunburst reject body with either flaws in the wood or in the burst that made it unappealing as a burst finish, and put a solid paint job on top of it. It's something you see often enough in vintage Strats in unusual finishes, so of course the relic crowd loves it.
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