Hello. I've had this guitar since 2010. It is from a production line which ran from 1992 to 2003. Frankly, I haven't played it probably since 2013. The Floyd Rose was too much of a hassle for me and I got a LP Studio at that point. It sat in its case for almost the entirety of this time. I tried to sell it once back then, but the counter offers were too low. I decided to try again, and thus wanted to set it up for presentability. Now, I remembered it being in very good, completely playable condition, and as I haven't touched it all this time, I didn't imagine it started to disintegrate or something. But... I took it out of the case and the frets were VERY green and brown. There were three moisture absorbers in the case, but perhaps they have long been not effective anymore. I had to polish it with steel wool for quite some time in order to get rid of it. I then went to the string changing and the issues started... The G saddle on the Floyd Rose had its string-insert block completely stuck. I could barely release the string, and it is impossible to remove the block from the saddle. I ruined some tweezers trying to remove it. I decided to at least finish stringing the rest of the set, but then saw the high E machine head is completely loose! It turns too easily and wobbles. I tried to find one tutorial about how to tighten this type of machine head - nothing. I then looked at it more closely and saw this: I don't recall the guitar had this before, and what's weirder is that some earwax-like stuff is coming out of the small hole of some of the machine heads' "cube". I have no idea what this is, and it also happened in the damaged high E. About the saddle - I guess I can only order a replacement. But what can I do about the tuner? What do you think are those weird secretions? Please, help! I want to sell this one already but I can't if it's not working properly. EDIT: OK... perhaps it's not related to the secretions, but I found several of these empty cocoons (?) or moults in the furry inside of the Fender case! (yes I used a Chinese microscope) Da f*ck are those and what are they doing inside the case? I don't think they're moth leftovers.