#1
what are the best guitar maintenance/cleaning kits for acoustic guitars, and for electric guitars? by best i mean highest quality and most extensive
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#2
I've had good experiences with the Dunlop 65 set thingy.
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#3
I'd 2nd the Formula 65 set. For fingerboards, I use Dunlop's Fingerboard 1 and 2 (prep and conditioner, respectively).
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#5
Well it depends, if you're acoustic has an oil finish you can't really "treat" or "polish" it in any way except steel wool, or re-sanding and re-applying the oil. But most acoustics seem to have some sort of gloss polyester/lacquer which you can use the same polishes as electrics. Fretboard oil is fretboard oil and will work for anything.
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Gear
  • Framus Cobra Head
  • Peavey 5150 Head
  • Marshall MF280 4x12 Cab
  • PRS Custom 24 w/ 3-Way/Coil Tap
  • Ibanez RGT220A w/ EMG 85 Neck/81 Bridge
  • Rack w/ BBE 482i, Hush Super C, and Furman
#6
And for electrics, always keep a philips(sp?) screwdriver and an alan wrench set (if you have a floyd rose). I also agree on the dunlop 65, use that and a microfiber cloth to clean your guitar, and for the fretboard just use some lemon oil.
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