So I know that it has become an accepted fact that Dayglo is the brand people are turning to for these paints, however, due to the old age and fading, I had to get a bit more creative.
The chip in the back may need touching up after it's fixed, and really it's just a good idea to have some paint that matches it down the road anyway.
I was not able to find anything that matched perfectly but I was looking for close enough.
I found 2 brands of "neon" red nail polish and let them dry on a popsicle stick.
I took 2 attempts with each.
1st pass is white nail polish to represent the white base coats these guitars have.
Next, the red colors.
2nd attempts with each was the color by itself, in the hopes that mixing wasn't needed.
Unfortunately the best results was nail polish A, named cherry chaser that I found at Walmart ontop of the white.
The picture doesn't make it easy to tell, bit these all ended up within maybe 1 or 2 shades apart if you were looking at a Photoshop color picker.
Not easy to tell in person either.