#1
Ok firstly, the frets on my Gibson LP Studio are slightly too wide, they stick out over the neck by no more than 1mm but its kinda uncomfy. Can they be reduced without damaging the guitar and how much would it cost???

Secondly, I have a strap with straplocks build it. The bit which will be in contact with the guitar is some kind of injected rubber and I'm worried it might damage the guitar a bit......
Heres a link to the strap.

http://www.stringsdirect.co.uk/Catalogue/ViewProduct.aspx?productId=386

Oh 1 more thing, what should I use to clean the back of the neck to make it faster?
~ My Gear ~

Gibson Les Paul Studio in Alpine White with EMG 81/60
Fender Stratocaster
Marshall DSL401
Boss Metal Zone MT-2
Boss Super Overdrive SD-1
Boss Noise Suppressor NS-2
Digitech RP80
Samson Wireless
Fender Champions Series 30
#2
#1, you can file the edges down as you see fit, gotta be a little careful though
#2, No Idea
#3, Is the back of the neck painted or not?
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#3
Yea, its painted white so sweat tends to build up a bit faster than my maple strat neck.
~ My Gear ~

Gibson Les Paul Studio in Alpine White with EMG 81/60
Fender Stratocaster
Marshall DSL401
Boss Metal Zone MT-2
Boss Super Overdrive SD-1
Boss Noise Suppressor NS-2
Digitech RP80
Samson Wireless
Fender Champions Series 30
#4
Hmm, well i have no idea what to clean it with to make it fast, but you prolly dont wanna sand the back of your neck, though i think straight to wood makes it feel faster


Personlly id use like a polish or wood cleaner, but i have no idea what it would do the the finish.
Ive never had any problems with speed on my V (painted neck)
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