#1
so, my fender startcaster (not strat) is squeeking when i use the whammy. can i just drip some lube in there or is thers oem special kind i should be using? also, how much should i use?
#4
i bet its the springs, stuff some sponge/cotton balls/tissue inside it
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#6
I wouldn't reccomend WD-40, as that's not a lube, it's a water displacer.
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#7
Quote by Viruk
I wouldn't reccomend WD-40, as that's not a lube, it's a water displacer.


what are some good guitar lubes?
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#8
Astroglide.

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If WD40 works, and it's not doing anything to the springs, then keep doing it.
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