#1
So basically I've come to conclusion that my Gibson Les Paul Custom is perfect.

Except for the fact that I constantly need to wipe down the neck cause it gets sticky after I play excessively-I try to wash my hands with soap every time before I play but sometimes, I'm just too lazy and then I regret it cause the neck starts getting sticky again.

I've made all the mods on my pickups and whatnot (previous owner had EMGs installed, what a nightmare-went back to passive in a heartbeat) but sadly enough, the neck still gets sticky even after I wipe it down...curse you, lacquer!

Advice ?
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-Gibson Les Paul Custom -
-Random acoustic guitar that's 36 years old -
-Epiphone Dot Deluxe -
-Gibson Les Paul Studio -
-Epiphone PR200E -
#2
Come now, no advice from UG :[?
Quote by burrit0
Pshh, Christians rebel against evil.


-Gibson Les Paul Custom -
-Random acoustic guitar that's 36 years old -
-Epiphone Dot Deluxe -
-Gibson Les Paul Studio -
-Epiphone PR200E -
#3
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Come now, no advice from UG :[?


Check out the cost of a local luthier sanding it down?
#4
Thats what i was going to suggest. Sanding it down would get rid of the paint and what-not. Natural wood is much slicker than painted wood. You will have to clean the wood periodically because its exposed.
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#5
Wash your hands you filthy animal
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#6
At first, my SG's neck was sticky, but now it is only sticky right after I polish it. Your LP will probably be the same after a bit of playing.
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does putting stickers on a guitar make someone a poser cause im doing the same thing.