#1
I've tried a bunch of Gibson necks, Les Pauls and SGs, and the backs feel like they have some sort of caked on stickyness to them. Like someone poured pop on it and it dried up. Are all Gibson necks like this or is it just the guitar store I go to?
#2
It's the nitrocellulose finish. It wears down and the stickiness goes away after about six months to a year depending on how often you play.
#3
Well, painted necks can have that feel. If you keep them clean, though, they should feel fine.
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#6
your probably used to unfinished necks, those are finished
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#7
I've never had that problem.
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It's the nitrocellulose finish. It wears down and the stickiness goes away after about six months to a year depending on how often you play.


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