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  1. Freddy G

    Freddy G V.I.P. Member

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    That's not what my doctor tells me.
     
  2. mux164

    mux164 Senior Member

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    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
     
  3. Lou G.

    Lou G. Member

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    I prefer extra virgin olive oil to butter. how much is that gonna set me back?
     
  4. Fuggle

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    How much for a "I Can't Believe It's Not Butter" TRC?
     
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  5. SlingBlader

    SlingBlader Premium Member

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    I'm not sure it should cost extra to make a margarinely playable guitar.


    See what I did there? :naughty:
     
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  6. melomanarock

    melomanarock Senior Member

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    You can add "Slash" anywhere and charge whatever you want :slash:
     
  7. cooljuk

    cooljuk Transducer Producer Premium Member MLP Vendor

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    Are we talking hand churned butter or that cheap machine made stuff, here?
     
  8. charisjapan

    charisjapan Silver Supporter

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    Man! Buncha butter-tub sniffers here! ;)
     
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  9. JMT Guitars

    JMT Guitars Senior Member

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    Well obviously much more than the regular butter because everyone knows you can't put a better bit of butter on your... fretboard...
     
  10. 45WinMag

    45WinMag Silver Supporter

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    What about butter brands? How much is Kerrygold action vs Land 'O Lakes?
     
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  11. SlingBlader

    SlingBlader Premium Member

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    Salted or unsalted?
     
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  12. Ripthorn

    Ripthorn Senior Member

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    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...
     
  13. Skyjerk

    Skyjerk Meatbomb Silver Supporter

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    I expect that salt would eventually dry out the fretboard, and it would crystallize and act as an abrasive.

    Definitely unsalted.
     
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  14. 45WinMag

    45WinMag Silver Supporter

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    I suppose it would depend on whether the tone is going to be baked into the guitar or slathered on top.
     
  15. Skyjerk

    Skyjerk Meatbomb Silver Supporter

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    Hmmmm. Now I'm thinking that some of that icing from Cinnabon cinnamon rolls might be good.

    That would sound sweet :)
     
  16. mountainwhimsy

    mountainwhimsy Senior Member

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    Definitely salted, and melted. Better licks...
     

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