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Yesterday, 10:01 AM11 and 10
that was not an easy one.
Yesterday, 09:35 AM
The linseed oil is a traditional material used for fretboard care. Mineral oils (like the thing called "lemon oil") aren`t. Those are made for lubricating engine internals.
I've used linseed oil, but that was some years ago.
switched over to the guitar honey and used that ever since.
Yesterday, 08:39 AMThat ES LP looks very nice Bence.. glad to hear you are getting on good with it.
so I wonder... Why you'd bother with anything other than what was made for fretboards Bence?
it's just there's quite a few to choose from that would never do any harm, so why not go that route?
I've been using this stuff for many years now. one bottle lasts me quite a long time.
Gerlitz Gutiar Honey
at the end of the day it's your axe man,, do what you wish..
Yesterday, 05:39 AMI have one with the stock floating pickup. If you need to use it with any volume, it will get to feedback territory pretty quickly.
The burstbucker instead the stock floating humbucker might help the situation, I have a Broadway as well and I find I can push that one a bit more.
26 March 2017 - 08:54 AM