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Someone on Facebook posted a little video of a guitar problem

Shows the back of the guitar and his fingers lightly pushing down on it and there is a squeaking coming from it .... like a squeaky mattress effect ...

 

What’s going on there ? Loose braces or perhaps the centre strip has came undone slightly ?

 

Sorry, I know you all can’t actually see the video , just wondered about it.

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Someone on Facebook posted a little video of a guitar problem

Shows the back of the guitar and his fingers lightly pushing down on it and there is a squeaking coming from it .... like a squeaky mattress effect ...

 

What’s going on there ? Loose braces or perhaps the centre strip has came undone slightly ?

 

Sorry, I know you all can’t actually see the video , just wondered about it.

 

That's definitely a loose brace. It happened to my SJ200. I thought it was one brace. It ended up being like six or seven! Have it checked!

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Really don't know - the exact reason is beyond this radar.

 

But here is another suggestion :

I think guitar-players should exchange the phrase "he has a screw loose" with "he has a loose brace".

 

Not that it's necessary regarding any of the Board-members of cause.

But when talking about people who can't differ between fx

rose and hog and maple

slope and square

adj. ceramic and rose

tulips and butterbeans

Bird and Dove

24,75 and 25,50

coated and un-coated

phosphor bronze and nickel bronze

open and full of socks

scalloped and un-scalloped

chocolately and dry

mojoed and mint

bone and tusq

zingy and tinny

 

, , , , you continue the list.

 

Yes, folks like that who just drop their jaws when terms like these come up - they have a loose brace.

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Really don't know - the exact reason is beyond this radar.

 

But here is another suggestion :

I think guitar-players should exchange the phrase "he has a screw loose" with "he has a loose brace".

 

Not that it's necessary regarding any of the Board-members of cause.

But when talking about people who can't differ between fx

rose and hog and maple

slope and square

adj. ceramic and rose

tulips and butterbeans

Bird and Dove

24,75 and 25,50

coated and un-coated

phosphor bronze and nickel bronze

open and full of socks

scalloped and un-scalloped

chocolately and dry

mojoed and mint

bone and tusq

zingy and tinny

 

, , , , you continue the list.

 

Yes, folks like that who just drop their jaws when terms like these come up - they have a loose brace.

😂👍

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