This is what I'm thinking. First I need to get the grain to pop and be a dark brown while not darkening the rest of it too much. Then I want to do a tobacco brown dye on the back (still transparent, but very dark) and have it fade out quickly as is comes over to the top from the sides. Then on the top maybe a vintage amber dye and then the tobacco brown on top with the amber showing thu, or maybe the amber needs to go on top after the brown I don't know. I actually watched a video of a guy doing this finish on an acoustic and it seems like he did the brown and then di the amber on top, but now I can't find the video again. There's just so many different ways to do this and not many resources for learning how to do such a specific thing. I have a feeling I'm about to strip my swamp ash Tele down and sand the body down so I have a way to experiment and then I'll just redo it with a solid finish after I figure out what I can do. I never liked the way that one came out anyway. lol!