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Discussion in 'Pickups' started by Guitar Rod, Jul 24, 2017.
You dealt it ????? Play with your Teeth ???
Yeah, who knew you could smell good tone?
Butyric acid is found in milk, especially goat, sheep and buffalo milk, butter, parmesan cheese, and as a product of anaerobic fermentation(including in the colon and as body odor). It is also suspected to be found in milk chocolate produced by the Hershey process, or added to imitate the flavour of Hershey's chocolate. Butyric acid is present in, and is the main distinctive smell of, human vomit.
I wish bobbins smelled like Hersey chocolate...
I've often said the same thing....
What's the smell from? Bees' wax coating?
isn't it the Ibby JEM cases that smell like chocolate?
I just had an old Jazz Bass here, in the original case, with the original rotting celluloid pick guard. THAT stank!
I guess you winder guys should spec how fresh the bobbins are from now on.... lol
Three things have occurred to me while reading this thread:
-Hershey's chocolate now tastes like sour milk to me. I just ate a tiny bar. Ugh. Never noticed that before... Thanks!
- My PRS case smells like Vanilla Cupcakes or something.
- There is a high chance pickup winders walk around smelling like baby vomit.
Sorry to hear about the Hershey situation /cry
I called it!
Ever try those Jelly Belly barf flavored jelly beans?