1 CountArthurStrong 3 weeks ago Hi.A couple of years ago I bought myself a Billy Duffy White Falcon and it really is the most beautiful object I've ever seen, opening the case for the first time was like discovering the lost city of Atlantis!The purchase coincided with having a lot of work done on my house that me and my better half had been planning for a long time. When the restructuring was complete I had a huge extension with a glass ceiling and bi-fold doors that let light pour into the house. We were both very happy.I decided my Gretches should have a piece of the action so I placed my beloved Setzer 6120 and the new Billy Duffy at the side of the room in front of my Fender Champ, the place could not have looked more Rockabilly. The OH wasn't exactly over the moon with the arrangement but life is all about compromise so I chose to completely ignore her objections and stand them there anyway!Then I got very busy at work for 6 months. Any time I had for the guitar I just picked up my trusty Tele I keep upstairs and noodled on that, plenty of time to play the big boys later right?Well the light continued pour in. And without me noticing the back of my beautiful White Falcon has turned yellow. It's now a very subtle shade of fagnolia, looks like the wallpaper in your chain-smoking Aunties house after 30 years of puffing.I've tried cleaning it with everything friendly but it won't budge. Has anyone here come back from this disaster? I realise a discoloured guitar isn't like losing a leg or anything but I do feel like I've lost a leg, and I don't have many legs!It has that lovely silver trim which I presume will have to be stripped off if the finish has to be replaced?I really should have listened to the wife, she always turns out to be right.