#1
My whammy bar is a bit sticky on my new guitar, is it bad to grease it a tiny bit with, umm, cork grease. I play a wind instrument so I figured it would work. Am I screwing up my guitar (Washburn)?
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Gear:

Washburn Lyon- (my mate)- Maverick
Fender Acoustic- (my brother)- Lou
and my favorite

Selmer Hummingbird
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#3
you could use vaseline or there was another product i think it was called plumbers tape or something like that
#6
when u say the bar is sticky, do u mean when u push in the bridge? or when u screw in the bar?

ususally a light machine oil works well.
but if its when u puch in the bridge, then u might want to adjust the spring tension.
Jenneh

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#7
Quote by azn_guitarist25
you could use vaseline or there was another product i think it was called plumbers tape or something like that



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Jazzer by day, rocker by night

Gear:

Washburn Lyon- (my mate)- Maverick
Fender Acoustic- (my brother)- Lou
and my favorite

Selmer Hummingbird
Reference 54 Alto Saxophone (my baby)- Apollo