#1
how do u do it ,besides telling me to remove the strings? with a rag?
#2
just rub it with your ass...
of course with a rag...
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#5
omfg, i dont need ****ing smart ass answers. holy **** ****ing dumbasses
#6
matt chavie's right. clean it like the rest of the guitar. you cant really clean a soundhole though... it's a hole. so... what specifically do you mean?
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#7
Im a little confused too. Do u mean the edge of the soundhole or the area within the body of the guitar you can see through the soundhole?
#9
You must be talking about dust etc. inside. Loosen all your strings so you can move them to one side. Just use a slightly damp rag. [not a wet rag]. Don't use cleaners or polish!

Keeping the guitar in a case when your not using it is the best way to keep it clean inside and out.
#11
I believe you don't have to clean the inside of the guitar... But if you want, i've heard of people who pass a small vaccuum through it to suck up some **** on the inside.
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