#1
Alright, so I was drinking water and there it went, it wasn't alot of water, but is there some potential harm done to my guitar?

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#2
what kind of wood is it? Did it have time to soak in?
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#3
it probably didn't do any damage, unless you let it sit there for an extended amount of time. or if you poured 55 gallons on it.
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#4
OMG GET AWAY FROM IT BEFORE IT EXPLODES!!!

Seriously though, even your daily sweat is more likely to damage the fretboard then a whole gallon of water... just get some toilet paper or something else absorvent and wipe it off.
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what kind of wood is it? Did it have time to soak in?


Rosewood. I wiped it off seconds later after I spilt the water. So I gather that everything will be fine.

Thanks for the answers
#6
If the undead zombies walk this this earth when it hits midnight, it'll be because you spilled water on your fretboard. But I think your fretboard should be alright since its rosewood and you wiped it up quickly, and it was only a small amount of water. Hopefully for you and the fate of humanity the board will be fine....
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