Society Hill Says:
Thursday, March 29, 2012 @8:16:56 PM
I just got a used Sullivan Bardstown with a mahogany neck that has been made into a speed neck. I am cleaning everything up and have treated the fretboard. What would you suggest that I treat the neck with to keep it from being susceptible to moisture changes, etc. Thanks!
Friday, March 30, 2012 @7:24:37 AM
I would use Tru-oil. It works very, very well, it durable and is very simple to do. The neck above has 3 thin coats about a hour apart, followed by overnight drying, buffing with 0000 steel wool and a coat of floor wax. That was 3 years ago and it is even smoother today than then.
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