#4
This is the best thread I've seen in the A&CG EVER!

How did you manage to puke on your headstock?

I do hope it wasn't one of those porous exposed wood type headstocks...if it has a poly finish, you can just use water and a rag, or lemon pledge, just don't get it on the fretboard.
#6
Quote by ethan_hanus
This is the best thread I've seen in the A&CG EVER!

How did you manage to puke on your headstock?

I do hope it wasn't one of those porous exposed wood type headstocks...if it has a poly finish, you can just use water and a rag, or lemon pledge, just don't get it on the fretboard.


I was completely wasted and don't remember doing it, just woke up and yeah...thank god I didn't hit the fretboard. Thanks for the advice.
#8
Quote by fav13andac1)c
I was completely wasted and don't remember doing it, just woke up and yeah...thank god I didn't hit the fretboard. Thanks for the advice.


Next time leave it in your hard case...if you don't have a hard case...get a water proof one to avoid sea's of projectile vomit attacks.
#10
Rubbing alcohol and a dab of motor oil should do the trick.


In my restless dreams...
I see that town.
Silent Hill.
You promised you'd take me there again someday.
But you never did.

Well, I'm alone there now.
In our 'special place'...
Waiting for you.

#12
Already slick as a whistle, sorry. If you had asked sooner, I would have.



Well if you look on the lower side of the B string tuner nut (or whatever the silver hole that holds the b string is called), you might be able to make out a little residue.
Last edited by fav13andac1)c at Dec 22, 2011,
#13
I was completely wasted and don't remember doing it, just woke up and yeah...thank god I didn't hit the fretboard. Thanks for the advice.


So you're not 100% certain it is your vomit, then ...?

Glad you found a solution to your problem =^)