Official Guitar, Amp, Pedals, and Gear Thread - Page 423
I had to spend an hour or two polishing the body and scrubbing all the hardware, but besides some minor buckle rash on the back, it could almost pass as new.
Time to sell off this LP Studio of mine now. Not sure if I want to go for a SG next for some downtuned stoner rock or a small bodied mahogany acoustic for finger plucking.
I have found that the very best guitar polish is several hand rubbed coats of NuFinish car wax. It is easy to apply, cleans up the finish and leaves a nice high gloss shine. I've used this on numerous vintage guitars from 50's Fenders and Gibsons to brand new custom shop editions. Just keep it away from strings.
I have found virtuoso cleaner and polish to be the best. YMMV.
Virtuoso is a very good cleaner and light polish but shorter term for gloss.I like it for old Martins and used every few months. But, if you want long lasting high gloss, as in years of gloss, NuFinish it baby.
is that the one with the mid-range boost/active circuit?
if the git requires a card to operate, i would not ("standard"?)
so it looks like it's a removable analog hub so you can get different wiring configs on demand... still not sure if it requires one to operate or if there's a bypass if you forget your pack of cards... iirc the deluxe uses noiseless pickups? that would be a deal breaker for me but if you like the switching mods (i guess you can choose your cap values as well) and the rest of the package why not? the burst wouldn't bother me, and i do prefer the maple neck.