New to me 01 thumb limited edition waxing
So I got one of those with the ebony fretboard on ebay. I love ebony fretboards and always wanted a warwick! This bass is incredible! sounds great! but it was a mess! I sanded down the fretboard and used fret doctor a couple times and the fretboard looks ok now. the body I dont think was ever waxed! I bought some feed n wax orange and bees wax for it. I put it all over the body and back of the neck. the bubinga top sucked it all up! when it did I noticed there was a huge grime and worn spot where you would rest your hand around the pups. so I sanded it with 600 then 1000 then 1500 then 2000 in just that spot and waxed again. left the stuff on for 20 minutes wiped it all off and it still doesnt look that good and you can see the spot where I sanded! so I have waxed it about 5 times now and the top is still sucking it all in ever 20 minutes or so and I can still see the spot where I sanded.....is that spot always going to be there or do I just keep waxing it or leaving it on for a few hours? putting more on whenever it sucks it up/dried out?
Gallien-Krueger Club #925
10,453,786th member of the Jazz bass club! Usually things get better with time...but sometimes they dont!