Re: Help---What is the Best Care for a Zebrawood Les Paul?
Thank you, J.T.! Actually, Beatsie* has a bit of a nice sheen to her. I tried going to the company the other poster linked and all they could tell me was all about zebrawood itself but not the best care. And thanks for the early warning about lemon oil, too! I'm going to buy a bottle of linseed oil tomorrow.
* - I've named her for my favourite paternal great aunt---her real name was Beatrice, "Beatsie" was a family nickname for her, which sort of fits since she was the family's great nicknamer . . . she had a nickname for almost everyone . . . My '06 Studio, wine red with cream trim I had installed instead of the subdued black to make her look like the classic she sounds like and feels like, is named Bessie for my favourite maternal great aunt---who was almost the only maternal relative beside my grandmother who didn't think playing a guitar was a waste of time . . . God rest them both in peace.
R9, R6, Classic Antique; two Fender amps (Twin Reverb, Deluxe Reverb 65RI); Boss volume pedal; Boss equaliser pedal
When I’m singing blues, I’m singing life. People that can’t stand to listen to the blues, they’ve got to be phonies.---Etta James
Without a guitar, I'm like a poet with no hands.---Mike Bloomfield.
[If it wasn’t] for the blues, we’d all be sitting around sipping tea and listening to chamber music.---Mickey Baker.