The longer you play a guitar the more you start to notice certain things about it. I've noticed that the finish on my main Strat is a bit too thick and has a sort of plasticky texture to it. Here it is:

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As I'm sure I've mentioned before, but the body for this guitar came from the factory as an anniversary run of Aztec Gold that had been painted over with Ice Blue. The added thickness combined with just being a polyurethane finish probably contribute to the plasticky feel.

Anyway, my question to you guys is what should I do with it? When I decided on the Ice Blue I wanted to get a 50s Corvette vibe to it, but now I think I'm fine to change it. Maybe a solid color, maybe I'll strip it 100% (which will suck) and go for a translucent finish, maybe I'll go for an abstract art look. Just so long as it doesn't look tacky, cheesey, or gaudy.

Any ideas?