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Old 08-03-2014, 12:43 PM   #21
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If you're using a wall hook, a real easy trick that doesn't even look too bad is to take one of those real thin fabric gloves, cut off two of the fingers and slip them right over the hook arms. As long as the rubber isn't directly touching the guitar, there won't be a problem.


fup me, that's a pretty excellent idea. That'd work with those floor multi-stands too (which have the guitars side-by-side)- I spent ages cutting up cotton hankies to fit right.
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Old 08-07-2014, 05:03 PM   #22
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Dusting is really not a problem, I always wipe down my first post playing.
Really feeling tempted to pull the trigger on a Hercules stand now. Guitar doesn't have a nitro cellulose finish, so no issues there.
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it's the dust in your house which gets them. wiping it down won't stop that.



So i hear.
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Old 08-08-2014, 12:19 PM   #24
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it's the dust in your house which gets them. wiping it down won't stop that.



So i hear.


Well, what sort of damage would that cause?
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None that I'm aware of (I hope ). I suppose if it got into the electronics cavity it might not help, but it's covered by the backplate (or scratchplate). It's just kind of annoying if they're all dusty.
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None that I'm aware of (I hope ). I suppose if it got into the electronics cavity it might not help, but it's covered by the backplate (or scratchplate). It's just kind of annoying if they're all dusty.


Well, its covered up, and the pickups are very tight against the body, the gap between the pickup and the body is insanely small. Guitar is very nicely built in spite if being made in china

Pulling the trigger on it then
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