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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by 67Mopar, Jul 17, 2019.
To the idiots out there who are subjecting tuners (and other hardware parts) to acid... Enough!
I hate it when they do that.
Buy new, you'll never have to deal with that.
Artificially relicing guitars is just as bad.
Agreed. I could never understand spending good money for factory relicing. Just buy new and have it shipped via United Airlines.
aging guitars, in general, is like getting married with a virgin, or tight, woman and using ginormous dildos to make her wobbly. do it yourself! it's your job to use, so use it well!!!
I suppose there are other methods of aging, so I can't be certain acid etching is the method the seller used. What I'm seeing does not look like normal aging.
Why not just brushed gold or brushed nickel?
I wanted a set for my 1996 LP Custom. I sold the stock tuners, so I needed replacements. I tried early era Grover "milk bottle" type, but those had a negative effect on the sound of the guitar. They're too light.
Nature's take on "frustration packaging". Way to make a normally easy, straightforward process unexpectedly challenging, uncomfortable, and confusing.
I'm not fond of virgins too... It's all about their "software" but i think the "hardware" must follows. but in the end of the day the software is the most important part.
Near beer. Decaffeinated coffee. Artificial sweeteners. Fake meat. Artificially relicing guitars. Just stop it!!
i can not believe you just went there.
I'm a excellent engineer, but I'm a brillant asshole.
A rewarding career in Proctology awaits....
Yeah, plated parts stored in a garage in Florida is a recipe for disaster. I have a customer that takes his Harley to Florida for the winter every year and it is a routine job to replace chromed parts every couple of years.
I´m not the assman. I´m the asshole, pendejo, babaca, cunt, arsch...
He must be living on the coast. I'm in Orlando, and have never had an issue. Then again, our garage is air conditioned.
I am going to start selling relic'd instrument cables, strings and picks.