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No staining at all. I love the brown ones.
I own a 2016 Faded and it is outstanding. I play it far more often than my 2016 Traditional. It just feels right. Also, I don’t know anything...
Looks good to me. But I really wished that they would continue with the ‘18 Junior and Special. I think the ‘19 Junior is a step backward.
Maybe pads can be made out of Richlite.
Bassoons and other wind instruments used to have elephant ivory fittings. Recorders were often made with ivory, and pianos had ivory keys. Ivory...
I gave up on String Swings. They marked the finish on Gibson’s and my Fender Custom Shop. I got rid of them before the damage was too great. Now...
Hercules. The only hanger to get.
My SG was was a loud buzz not a crackle. It went away.
Is this a brand new Gibson? If so kekam35 is right. I bought a new 2016 SG Standard and had the same problem. I called the dealer and spoke with a...
If the Strat is really nice I wouldn’t trade.
Naphtha won’t hurt it. I use it all the time. It’s safe hot lacquer and leaves no residue behind.
I have really been wanting an 80’s. That is really nice.
I’d send it back. Even if it is just a finish crack I would obsess over it and drive myself nuts. But that’s just me.
Regarding neck dive, my 2005 Standard had it. My 2016 and my 2018 are diveless. Or maybe I just don’t notice it. Humans are highly adaptable.
I have small hands and the shallow depth of the ‘15’ neck was nice.