#1
im buying tusq, but i cannae decide what colour
opinions please?


also, what precautions should i take when i put the strings on, it hasnt been strung in about 2 or 3 months

piccies so you can see the geetar

#2
Colour is up to you. Doesn't make a difference.

As for restringing, just tune it up slowly when it starts to get up to tension and you'll be fine.
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#3
Man those took forever to load.... get the white ones with the abalone, or MOP, whichever that is on your guitar...
Last edited by redking14ca at Jan 3, 2009,
#4
^ I concur. Except I would get cream with abalone.

Cream > White
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#5
heh my bad i may have forgotten that a lot of people have dial-up =]

yeah i would much prefer cream to white, but you can't get tusq in cream so its gonna have to be black with MOP
#6
I'd go with black with MOP. Matches the black/pearl rosette and the black pickguard. It'd look better with ebony fretboard and bridge, though.
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