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Guitar Care 101: Intro to Maintaining Your Instrument

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Lesson Excerpt: Hey all! I'd like to show you some basic techniques for taking care of your guitar. As players, we can be rough on our instruments and even the most gentle hands still leave residue on the fingerboard. In this video, I'll show you step by step how t...

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