Aviator Guitar Cover - Watch Joshua Voiles, a progressive metal guitarist jam to "Aviator" by Polyphia (featuring Jason Richardson).
The standard maintenance that any guitar needs is proper cleaning; cleaning is vital to the guitar, because, as time passes the guitar will pick up dirt and this will continue to build up and will eventually clog a guitar and hinder its performance. Washing the guitar might seem quite simple, and as a matter of fact it really is but you are going to have to have a few simple rules to make sure that you are cleaning the device properly and that you are not damaging the device in the process of cleaning. Here are some pointers to follow when cleaning you guitar.
Polyphia guitar cover
Aviator guitar solo
· Tend not to Apply aerosol-based products directly onto the guitar
If you are going to become cleaning your guitar with aerosol based products you will want to first use the product onto a cloth, tend not to spray the guitar directly with aerosol based products because they could interfere with many of the mechanical parts of the guitar and eventually ruin your guitar, apply the aerosol onto a cloth and you'll then use the cloth to wipe a guitar.
· Do not use any oil based or any greasy products
Oil based products will damage a guitar also. Avoid the use of oil based products altogether. Song of the guitar can become loose if oil is used to the guitar and if you get oil on the strings, playing the instrument can become extremely difficult and inefficient.
· Do not apply cleaning products for the strings
The metal where the strings are made of can erode together with the application of strong, acidic or alkaline cleaning substances, don't use any of these solutions about the strings. When trying to wash the rest of the guitar, within the strings with plastic will help in keeping the cleaning solvents out.
· Be mindful of the type of material
Avoid using guitar polish about the fretboard as which will damage it, be mindful of what the board consists of and avoid using something that can damage it. If you're unsure you should not use the product, you can try to make contact with the manufacturer or try to find instructions within the packaging. Ebony and Rosewood fretboards must not have cleaning agents used on them at all.
Guarantee the guitar is held in a safe spot. Place them in cases and bags to prevent any further damage. Avoid spilling liquid around the guitar, especially if it is not water, as everything else would go a long way in damaging a guitar.