#1
A little help guys...
I own a Yamaha PAC 012 (not the greatest guitar in the world, but it's a good starter ) and it's pick-ups, pick-guard screws, bridge saddles, etc... are having rusting issues (probably because I live in a high humidity area a few kilometers from the sea)

I've tried what I can, stuff like wiping the guitar of any moisture before putting it in the case, etc... but the rusting won't stop!

You guys know any remedies to this issue? I especially need to know how to prevent it from happening on the pups and bridge saddles... (pickguard screws won't be a prob, can buy 'em. Screws are screws )
#2
keep it in it's case with silica packs, or other dehumidifier.
Jenneh

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#3
Quote by jj1565
keep it in it's case with silica packs, or other dehumidifier.

Thanx. Will do that...

Oh and I forgot to ask... is there anything I can do to undo the damage already caused by the rust???
#4
a little steel wool rubbed on screw tops will take off rust.

just keep the filings away from the magnets in the pickups.
Jenneh

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