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    ... but what's the point of having a guitar if it's always in a case???

    I say, so what if they fade a bit. Guitars are just a tool to make music. They should be played - scratches, dings and other wear be damned. Just keeping them hidden away is a bit of a shame, considering all the love and hours that went into making them in the first place. All just IMO of course
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    Quote Originally Posted by JIMJAM1597 View Post
    Short of sitting it in direct sunlight, I will be long gone by the time pinkie #3 fades.
    Hello Jim. I didn't miss the most important part of your post: three pinks?!? You, Sir, are my hero.

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