#1
I just picked up a white Jackson Dinky, for the hell of it and decided to just try it out right off the bat in a gig, (bad idea I know but its a reliable guitar and it worked out) and after playing and being, you know, the sweaty musician that I am, I raised my arms and bowed, then looked at my guitar and there was a bunch of gross sweat like a black color from my arm resting against the body of my guitar, is there a way to prevent this lmao?
#3
Yep, just have a rag next to you while you play, and after each song wipe yourself and the guitar down.
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#4
yeah... i saw this one guy who had a white gibson flying V, and apparently he didn't bother to wipe it down after each play... there was a like black stain on the guitar body where his arm used to rest, and that shit was not coming off

so be careful... I avoid white guitars primarily because i don't dig the looks, but partially because I'm pretty sweaty myself and I can't guarantee a proper wiping all the time
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#6
Wear one of those wrist sweat band things. I used too but then found it was more comforable without it.
#8
Try bathing properly. Those 'eraser shavings' are your dead skin + dirt from the body of the guitar.
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#9
Quote by thelax
yeah... i saw this one guy who had a white gibson flying V, and apparently he didn't bother to wipe it down after each play... there was a like black stain on the guitar body where his arm used to rest, and that shit was not coming off

so be careful... I avoid white guitars primarily because i don't dig the looks, but partially because I'm pretty sweaty myself and I can't guarantee a proper wiping all the time


colour doesn`t matter, dirt is dirt, and though it might sound strange but dirt shows up more readily on black.

Use a antiperspirant, and wipe down the guitar after playing
#10
Quote by ch0
Try bathing properly. Those 'eraser shavings' are your dead skin + dirt from the body of the guitar.

Bathing? whats that