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  1. Please keep this thread on track and play nicely, that way we won't have to lock it down.
  2. Kitchen silver foil, nicely scrunched up and rubbed on the offending pieces works well.
  3. I don't think that an adjustment being needed every few months is cause for concern. I would be more worried if it need adjustments, say, the following day.
  4. The seller has fairly detailed his reasons for sale etc. So please post comments by pm only.
  5. Looks like a challenging project Andy. Must say, Jack specializes in delivering challenging jobs.😃
  6. I should edit it but can't be bothered🙄
  7. My customer's frets and mine occasionally.
  8. I've not read the whole thread, so apologies if this has been asked. Is the choking when fretted or playing open strings. Are all of the strings affected?
  9. Nice one, well done for having a go and turning out a job that you are pleased with.
  10. I would treat yourself to the proper thing from Chris Allsop
  11. Pro Steels for me, had a new set on for last week's gig and I thoroughly enjoyed the growly zinginess.
  12. I use fret erasers just about every day of the week and wouldn't want to be without them. I don't use them in isolation though, first off will be an emery board, then sandpaper: 240, 320, 400, 600 and 800. Then the fret erasers: coarse, medium, fine and super fine. Then metal polish and a buff up. Job done.
  13. If they are really tight and assuming that you have the correct screw driver, try tightening them slightly. I know this sounds counter intuitive but it very often does the trick.
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