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    Clean? What's that?

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    Senior Member davismanLV's Avatar
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    Oh wow!! That's amazing, Charlie!! Thanks for that info!!
    Tom in Vegas

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    Guild D65s, 1994
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antney View Post
    Clean? What's that?
    Anti-mojo.
    Quote Originally Posted by mgod View Post
    What he said.

    '67 Starfire I Bass (Cherry)
    '71 JS II Bass (Walnut)
    '82 B-50 Acoustic Bass (Natural)
    '87 Pilot (Black)
    '13 Newark Street Starfire Bass (Cherry)
    '16 Betts Bass "Walnut Bottom"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAD View Post
    Definitely the Gorgomyte Maneuver. This is the guy from the episode:



    Who turned out to be this guy in the end:



    Which happens to be the very expression I make after cleaning my frets with Gorgomyte!
    Just watched that episode few weeks back lol

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    Another vote for Virtuoso's products for lacquered surfaces, and Gorgomyte (or the generic equivalent, Miracle Cloth) for cleaning fretboards & oxidized frets.
    several Guilds, one Gretsch, one Taylor, & a Squire CV tele

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