Metallic Sunburst 🎨 RGB Color Code: #9C7C38
The hexadecimal RGB code of Metallic Sunburst color is #9C7C38. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 9C red (156/256), a 7C green (124/256) and a 38 blue component (56/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(156,124,56). Closest WebSafe color: Raw umber (#996633)
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specialty sets, including Silver Swirls, Gem Tones, Pearl Brite Crayons, Metallic FX Crayons, Magic Scent Crayons, Silly Scents, and more. In 1972, Binney
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84% 32% 100% Metallic gold #D3AF37 83% 69% 22% 46° 64% 52% 74% 83% Metallic Seaweed #0A7E8C 4% 49% 55% 186° 87% 29% 93% 55% Metallic Sunburst #9C7C38 61%
Red, Sunburst (with neck pickup & controls removed), Black, and Metallic Blue. Fender 1960 Custom Shop Stratocasters – Fiesta Red, Frost Metallic, Lake
poplar body and pearloid pickguard available in six colors: Black; Sunburst; Metallic Dark Blue; Titanium; Transparent Green; Transparent Red. The Predator
(inspired by late '50s vintage Les Pauls), Heritage Cherry Sunburst, Trans Blue, Vintage Sunburst and Wine Red. The body is nato (with the maple veneer top)
Metallic Crayons for this release, with eight new colors and the color Metallic Sunburst being renamed to Robot Canary. 2020: Crayola introduces the 'Colors
colors: 3-Color Sunburst Aged Cherry Burst Olympic Pearl Satin Ice Blue Metallic Sky Burst Metallic Satin Jade Pearl Metallic Tobacco Sunburst The American
Fender Precision Bass Fender Jazz Bass - American Standard - Black and Sunburst Fender Precision Bass - American Standard - Olympic White Fender Jazz Bass
Green Metallic. However, by the end of the model's production run, Fender offered only three colors: Black, Olympic White, and Three-Color Sunburst. With
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