antipeterleague Posted March 3, 2012 Report Share Posted March 3, 2012 ...it's my first les paul and i absolutely adore it. it's satin yellow. Anyways, just wondering about how to care for it. I have an old jackson that i bought used and before that a squier p-bass, though they have been clearly neglected, and im not about to let that happen to this one. Apparently it has the baked maple fretboard, im assuming it's unfinished (not shiny). I wanna try and keep the fretboard as nice as it is now, what should i use to clean it when i switch strings? And what is safe to use on the satin body? I'm thinking substances like isopropyl alcohol would wipe the paint right off. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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