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|2/20/2000 1:08 AM|
||Re: Pickguard noise|
Believe it or not, I just had a friend come over, and he was doing the same thing through my Tele's. I just wiped the pickguard with a Bounce sheet, and it eradicated the problem. Kinda made it sticky, but we rubbed it with a towel, and that took the sticky off, and still worked. PLUS, your guitar now smells spring-fresh.
|2/21/2000 1:30 PM|
This is a great post, I have had this problem for decades and just put up with it. It happens with every pickup mount pickguard guitar I have ever owned. I just assumed it was my electrifying riffs (HAHAHAHACHOKE) Actually, I have really dry skin which probably makes it worse. Thanks for the tips!
|2/22/2000 10:55 PM|
I will try the foil due to a alergy to fabric softners. Thanks again for all the input.
|2/23/2000 3:37 PM|
||Fabric Softener/anti static pads|
You know, those little pink spongey pads you put in the drier. Rub your pickguard down with one. Use as needed. I have the same problem here in Colorado. Dry air?
|3/2/2000 11:00 PM|
You can use bounce or you can wax your pickguard. I used Kyser Dr Stringfellow wax on mine and the static stays gone for months. The bounce is a good fix in a pinch.
|3/6/2000 5:05 PM|
In a pinch I've rubbed the pickguard down with FastFret.
|3/6/2000 8:44 PM|
I've used eyeglass cleaner that I get from my optometrist for years. It is anti-static and cleans at the same time. Works for me. Mark
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