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You actually have it!!!
 

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Well done guys, You were the quickest.
@Gnermo this looks like a very, very thin gigbag :)
 
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Nice bass, but don't use lemon oil on wenge fretboards.
Doesn't do a good job at all, try Boiled Linseed Oil instead.
 
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Nice bass, but don't use lemon oil on wenge fretboards.
Doesn't do a good job at all, try Boiled Linseed Oil instead.

Thanks!

How about Bore Oil? I got a small bottle of that aswell.
 

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Nice bass, but don't use lemon oil on wenge fretboards.
Doesn't do a good job at all, try Boiled Linseed Oil instead.
Lemon oil is a mineral oil with lemon scent (one can probably also use the IKEA mineral oil) and it remains wet and slowly evaporates, but boiled linseed oil polymerises. I use Dunlop lemon oil mainly for cleaning once per year. You can also use teak oil, which stays 'wet', but it tints dark woods like ebony, wenge...
Extended discussion:
https://guitarassembly.com/lemon-oil-fretboard/
 
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