#1
i was playing on my Gibson Junior today and i noticed that the fretboard might look a little dry? its not like i cant play with it or anything, i was just wondering if it should be smoother than what it is. maybe i should buy some fretboard conditioner or something? any suggestions? i dont think its a huge problem though.
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#2
Yeah..or spray some spray on laquer on it
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#3
Lemon oil... I dunno about spraying lacquer on it.... you want to condition the wood not coat it
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#4
that happened to one of my ibanezs once. i just bought some dr.duck ax wax and it does the trick on the neck and the finish on the body.

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#5
Get some Fast fret or Lizzard spit fret board conditioner both work great.
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#7
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