#1
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I have a Gibson LP and the pickups look a bit tarnished / kinda stained. What can i clean them with? What metal are they made of. I have some silver cleaner and some wd-40 laying around.
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#2
I just use furniture polish and it gets mine shining. I wouldn't recommend it though.
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#3
hey make it vintage, no no to cleaning, you'll ruin the whole thing... or buy new covers for like 10-25 at warmoth or stewmac
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#4
I think higher end Les Paul's like the Standards come with a finish on the metal parts that relic's over time so it makes the guitar look right, so there might not be a way to properly "polish" them.
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#5
If its a post 2002 or really old LP it will be nickel, other than that it will be chrome, so look for specialized polish for these materials
#6
for the love of god don't use WD-40, thats lube for squeaky hinges and sh*t
IMO i would leave it..
gives the guitar a more vintage look :P
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