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    EBMM Majesty 2020: White marks on fretboard

    Hello everyone

    I have a EBMM Majesty 2020 model that I own since September. Lately I have noticed white marks on the wood grain on the fretboard. Why have they appeared and how can I remove them? I attach I picture of the fretboard.

    Many thanks beforehand!

    /José
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    Your fretboard is drying out, clean and condition the fretboard

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    Hi thank you!

    Have you any advice on how to do it?

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    Click this:




    Last edited by dibart77; 12-24-2020 at 01:44 AM.

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    Jeff is right : the Ernie Ball fretboard conditioner is great.
    I buy the big can :

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    I love the wonder wipes! I can do about 6 or 8 applications with each one. I put 'em back in their little packets and store them in a little zip lock bag.
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    Yep use the EBMM wonder wipes, can use other fretboard conditioners but the EBMM are the best by far

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    Quote Originally Posted by dibart77 View Post
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    These are only for rosewood and ebony boards right? Or are they ok with maple or roasted maple?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dibart77 View Post
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    They’ll be totally fine for maple as well. Your necks will love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    These are only for rosewood and ebony boards right? Or are they ok with maple or roasted maple?
    They work on the oiled maple fretboards and maple necks of EBMM guitars too.

    They do NOT work on finished maple fretboards or necks. I know that if a EBMM guitar has binding on the neck, that usually means that the neck is finished.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbonesullivan View Post
    They work on the oiled maple fretboards and maple necks of EBMM guitars too.

    They do NOT work on finished maple fretboards or necks. I know that if a EBMM guitar has binding on the neck, that usually means that the neck is finished.
    Thank you for the clarification. Sounds like it won’t work for my roasted maple BFR Valentine then, but it will probably work for my brand new Al SSS that is showing up next week. :-)

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