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Scratch Pad Guitar Finish Protector
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  • Scratch Pad Guitar Finish ProtectorPublished on 04/17/09 at 14:33
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    Hello all,

    The Scratch Pad is a small "luxury", nothing really important when you do not know yet, but I personally think it will quickly become indispensable on all my guitars ...

    What is it? It can not accidentally scratch the guitar with a belt loop when playing (this is an example). It protects against all assaults as they are.
    It is very convenient: no need for glue or screws or whatever it: He is in some ways, magnetic and can be removed and replaced as many times as you want on the guitar.

    Small clarification: It must be installed on a clean guitar! (For more instructions)

    Compatibility: Installation on all guitars, basses, banjos, mandolins ... I could go on and......
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    Hello all,

    The Scratch Pad is a small "luxury", nothing really important when you do not know yet, but I personally think it will quickly become indispensable on all my guitars ...

    What is it? It can not accidentally scratch the guitar with a belt loop when playing (this is an example). It protects against all assaults as they are.
    It is very convenient: no need for glue or screws or whatever it: He is in some ways, magnetic and can be removed and replaced as many times as you want on the guitar.

    Small clarification: It must be installed on a clean guitar! (For more instructions)

    Compatibility: Installation on all guitars, basses, banjos, mandolins ... I could go on and better (has to be varnished wood, anyway!). Compatibility with polyurethane varnish (ie 95% of guitars) and ALSO with nitrocellulose lacquer! The only problem for them is that it is better to remove the Scratch Pad whenever you do not play guitar, to let the wood breathe ... The manufacturer states that the pad should not remain more than a year on the guitar with nitrocellulose lacquer is ... Wow AC scares

    Cleaning: A soft, a little alcohol, and rubbed the party "hangs". 30 minutes is allowed to dry in open air, and it's good!

    PERFECT, a must for me after my beautiful Les Paul Custom SG then my favorite summers of 1994 have brutally attacked by my belt buckle ...
    25 euros ... It's expensive ... And yet it's so convenient when your pants are too wide and you can not do without your beautiful belt Marlboro Classic, as it may find in his underpants in concert before an audience laughing ... This is not what you want is not it?
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