Make sure you wipe the surfaces (body, neck) of the guitar with a non-abrasive cloth. A soft cotton cloth works best. You can use any spray cleaner that is designed for guitar surfaces. But in my experience a dry cloth works best. If you have to get gunk off, then a damp cloth first, then a dry one to follow!
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- Changing Strings: Introduction
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- Removing Electric Strings
- Putting On Electric Strings
- Stretching & Tuning Electric Strings
- Changing One Acoustic String
- Changing More Acoustic Strings
- Stretching & Tuning Acoustic Strings
- Removing Classical Nylon Strings
- Putting On Classical Nylon Strings
- Stretching & Tuning Classical Strings
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