Hates Richie Kotzen
Problem with the Suhrs, IMO, is they're too clean. Fender does a MUCH better job at making them look like they legit were worn down to the original finish.This is exactly how a ton of early 60's Fenders were actually painted; guitars and basses. Guitars were done mainly in sunburst, and when they needed one with a solid finish for a customer they often simply painted over the burst. Not commenting on Suhr's treatment of this type of finish, but this isn't new to them - it's exactly how Fender did it back in the day so to that point this is accurate from a "just like the old ones" POV.