jdcg15
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2012
20 IQ
#1
Hi, I live in a very hot city, and the humidity is very high here, so that causes a lot of bad things on my guitar like string rusting and wood quality decreasing. So before buying a guitar cleaning product, like jim dunlop's formula 65 kit, I wanted to ask you if these things really work, and if they have worked for you?
jj1565
Officially Knighted
Join date: May 2004
180 IQ
#3
just don't over oil your fretboard.

(assuming you have a rosewood board)
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dazza027
Serial Pain in the Arse
Join date: Aug 2011
60 IQ
#4
I just use Dr Ducks Axe Wax. Lovely stuff, and it doesnt even have wax in it. I live in tropical Nth Queensland in Australia btw.
fastlanestoner
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Join date: Sep 2007
412 IQ
#5
I also like the Dunlop stuff. Really great.
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