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Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Skyjerk, Dec 1, 2017.
That's not what my doctor tells me.
Nuttelex is better allegedly, my son is dairy free(apparently it's meant to keep his gut in check because of his autism, I just roll with it, could be bs but whatever) and the glutards would be happy since it's gluten free ha
I prefer extra virgin olive oil to butter. how much is that gonna set me back?
How much for a "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" TRC?
I'm not sure it should cost extra to make a margarinely playable guitar.
See what I did there?
You can add "Slash" anywhere and charge whatever you want
Are we talking hand churned butter or that cheap machine made stuff, here?
Man! Buncha butter-tub sniffers here!
Well obviously much more than the regular butter because everyone knows you can't put a better bit of butter on your... fretboard...
What about butter brands? How much is Kerrygold action vs Land 'O Lakes?
Salted or unsalted?
Or what about butter that is frozen vs. fresh from the fridge vs. set out on the counter for a couple hours. Those play wildly different. And don't even get me started on whipped butter...
I expect that salt would eventually dry out the fretboard, and it would crystallize and act as an abrasive.
I suppose it would depend on whether the tone is going to be baked into the guitar or slathered on top.
Hmmmm. Now I'm thinking that some of that icing from Cinnabon cinnamon rolls might be good.
That would sound sweet
Definitely salted, and melted. Better licks...