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    ronnieanand is offline n00bier th@n th0u
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    Get a Good String Cleaner like Dunlop Formula 65 or GHS Fast Fret. That will keep your strings smooth and long lasting. Use a Guitar Polish from Dunlop and that will keep your guitar body shining. I dont use the guitar polish, infact I dont even clean my guitar body. The uglier it looks, the better it is..I love the worn out faded looks.
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    how much do these polishes cost?
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    Johny Bravo is offline The Boy Genius!
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    See for urself. GHS Fast Fret costs abt $5, while Dunlop Formula 65 is also around that. And they last forever... Worth wayyyy more than their prices..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johny Bravo
    Lolz I was about to say so, but u admitted it. Its a good repair guide btw. I learnt a lot from there. Also, it is silicone, not silicon that hurts the wood. There are actually some silicones that dont have any silicon in them at all :P. They have carbon or germanium instead.

    I dont think that is much of a problem, removing the strings. I take off all the strings while cleaning the fretboard. Cleaning it with the strings on might be a PIA. Removing the strings doesnt hurt the neck that much. Just use some support under the neck while cleaning. And when u restring it, leave it alone for about a day or two, so that the neck can back get to equilibrium. Nothing to worry about, trust me.
    Dan Earlwine's book is a Fantasic book I keep recomending it to guitar players... Infact it was after readingDan Earlwine's book and Melvyn Hiscock' Make your own electric guitar that convinced me not to go in for the Floyd rose .Thanks for the correction I did not know that their was a diffrence...
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