There I was, vaccinated, unmasked, and getting out to see friends and family when Delta hit. Began to spend too much time facing the front TV/speaker wall and obsessing over the now far too orange color of the 4Pi's shellac finish. So I got stupid. Removed the drivers and cleaned off 12 years of wax and grime. A lesser (and smarter) man would have simply added a coat or three of his favorite known-to-be-browner varnish and called it a day. But not The Baron. No, The Baron decided to overspray with colored lacquer toner to just add a 'soupcon' of red/brown, which, as you can see, turned out to have a look only missing a Disco Ball. So all day Monday was spent with smelly stripper, card scraper, and sandpaper. Meanwhile, back at the right channel, 3 coats of Sherwin Williams American Classic Varnish (now labeled Minwax) after cleaning yielded the just a little browner (it looks more brown without the camera flash) result I wanted in the first place. Now I can only hope an undercoat of the original amber shellac followed by the varnish will yield the same or close-to result on the stripped speaker.