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I find that the mustiness smell mostly comes from the case. I'd suggest vacuuming the case then leaving it out in the sun for a few hours. For the instrument, wipe it down with a dry rag or paper towel. You can get any of the dust out from between the keys using a small soft paint brush or q-tip. If the smell still does not go away and it seems that it is ...


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If you want to learn how to do your own setup on acoustic and electric guitars, you should not rely on a random collection of videos you find on YouTube. This is not going to give you a comprehensive answer. If you want a "detailed description of how to do these", you should purchase a textbook on guitar setup and repair, and study it. The textbook will ...


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The best way is to have a cheap guitar or three around that you don't need to have working properly all the time that you can learn on. I would definitely start by learning to setup and maintain a cheap electric guitar with a bolt on neck as they are the most forgiving. One thing you wil want to do a lot of early on is measurement and calibration of the ...


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I found this on the internet. The metal bell and neck shouldn't be a problem to clean, just use cold water and dishwashing detergent. Don't use any domestic cleaning agents containing ammonia or chlorine bleach, they will react with the metal. Swab the body thoroughly and then apply sweet almond oil on a dry swab. If you are able to do so safely, remove ...


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I currently have a similar issue with my fender jaguar. It began right after I tightened the truss rod 1/4 a turn to straighten a slight archer's bow. The issue occurs only on my low E string, most prominently on and around the 12th fret. I tried lowering the pickups, changing the string, adjusting the bridge saddles for height. Raising the bridge saddle ...



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