Matching a color just takes a lot of trial and error. From what I can see in the picture I would start with a golden oak stain. If you choose to use Minwax stain you will only be able to add other Minwax stains of a different color to alter the color. Many other brands such as Sherwin Williams stains you can add straight pigment to the stain to alter the color. In fact if you took the sample and some scrap veneer to the store they will mix the stain for you. You probably would have to leave it as it's not something that can computer match. It's something they have to do by trial and error and depending on the talent of the person doing it may or may not get it right. Anyway if they get it close it would be easier for you to doctor on it. It's also possible the jukebox has a shellac finish and has yellowed over the years and the stain alone might not be enough to re-create the color. You can re-create this by using amber shellac in the finish.