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- Jan 9, 2022
mine is an industrial relicking operation then.Very similar to what I use but on a smaller scale(large peanut butter tub and a electric drill). Works great to slightly pit the hardware.
look what you made me do.Nice idea. Throw in the whole guitar next time and report back
We are re licking.Can we please stop licking our guitars?
relicking is controversial and isn't for everyone.Re-licking?? I don't want to lick it if someone else has licked it before, even if it's "vintage"...
That statement has never been truer than in this particular thread.relicking is controversial and isn't for everyone.
♫ Once lickin' twice shy... ♫My guitar tastes icky so I'm not even tempted to relick it.
Ah but each re lick is unique.That statement has never been truer than in this particular thread.
They say relicking something over and over, expecting a different result, is the definition of insanitary.
it's all well and good, but doesn't take into account my hereditary work intolerance.Here are my two View attachment 636350 View attachment 636351 Relic’ing tools: A Pick and a Gig.
None of my relatives think playing gigs with the guitar is any kind of work.it's all well and good, but doesn't take into account my hereditary work intolerance.