I was just watching a video of synyster gates. Right before he started playing. he grabbed this thing of wax and rubbed it all of the body of the guitar. What exactly does that do?
it waxes it...jk...what like he waxed the body or the strings
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Maybe for grip? Sounds unusual, could you post a video?
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I'm pretty sure it's carnauba wax.
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yeah is it carnauba wax as broken pick said? Or what is it?

Is that the only reason for it? Just for grip?
I guess its like a surf board. I was watching the "Live in the LBC" DVD and I noticed he anchors. So its gotta be for grip.