#1
Hey people, firstly not 100% sure if this is the right section for the thread, couldnt really find a specific part. Sorry if there is one somewhere.

Got a natural finish on the body of my beloved prototype Vintage electric guitar, absolutley love it, best guitar I have had by miles. But I was wondering if there was anything I should do to keep the body looking well with it just being wood if that makes sense as there is no veneer or anything on it.

Any help of info would be greatly appreciated.

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#2
no water. dry guitar cloths, and can of air to shoot away dust.

if you notice an oil build up, i guess a spirit for bare wood can be used sparingly.
Jenneh

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#3
Sweet nice one, ill keep that in mind, cheers for the info.
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#4
no problem. did you at least tung oil the neck?

you might want to think about protecting the guitar a little.
or it might turn black with dirt over the years.

just make 100% sure there's nothing on there now.
Jenneh

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#5
Yeah neck is fine thanks, already sorted that out just needed to know about the body really, cheers
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