- Sep 27, 2019
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Do what I do. I keep mine in it’s case when not playing. It still gets dusty. I wipe it off.
You've got more than dust, you've got some dead skin and other gnarly gradeaux growing all up in there..after a month of playing it the fretboard started collecting dust and the bridge too... i play everyday for about an hour or too usually...
Part of the dust/grime issue is because you leave it on the stand.Ok i got the point, But dings like this usually happens in new les paul guitars because of the nitro finish? also when i picked it from the store it had zero rust/dust on it but after a month of playing it the fretboard started collecting dust and the bridge too... i play everyday for about an hour or too usually...
Your guitar has no problem, keep playing it. If you have a better luthier in your area you could set an appointment with them to see if there are any recommendations or further revelations. Stop obsessing. That looks like something you could have done yourself setting the guitar down, a little gusto on a sharp corner?So after i played today i took a look at my guitar and i noticed that the fretboard has some new "crack" on it, it's not really noticeable but once you see it it kinda sucks, Should i worry about it? or is it just a "cosmetical" mark? The guitar always sits on the stand in my room and i'm trying to be really careful and i dont know where this crap came from...
Also whats the best way to clean the rust/dust that collects on the guitar bridge/saddle and body parts through time?