"Depends on you. If you're handy and can trust yourself to work on it, then yes, it is worth it. It's very satisfying. If you're the type that really shouldn't own tools, and would worry about doing damage to the instrument, then…"
"I use a Dampit humidifier in my TRIC case and it seems to work well, provided I stay ahead of it and don't allow it to go bone dry between wettings. I use a Planet Waves soundhole thing in my other, traditional hard case, and It does dry too…"
"I have one of these on my Artist Folk. It's very thin, so any protection is minimal, but it certainly is better than nothing and it doesn't damage the finish in any way. My guitar is satin finish and it clings just fine."
"I've heard good things about these, and the Anthem pickup that preceded it. A fellow I know who builds and repairs guitars said he heard one at a show and it blew him away, and he's a Fishman dealer.The Anthem, I believe, had an…"
"Try Simichrome polish. Available at motorcycle stores and some auto parts stores. If you can't find that, try Flitz, available in boat stores. You could also try something like Goo Gone (supermarkets) to dissolve the goo and then a metal polish."
"1 - A or C if I need to be quiet
(aside - I have a set of Altec Lansing speakers with subwoofer for my computer and they're great)
2 - A but sometimes C if I can't get enough or it's too much with just A
Colo Girl - Yes.
"Really, there's hardly a difference between the Artist and Maritime SWS in design, construction and materials, so they should sound very similar. And in fact they do. I'd bet the main difference you might be hearing is Rosewood back and…"
Spam got to a lot of us - prompted Jud Hair to start the "Seagull" group here. He was "Blackville" over there - I'm still me - seagullS6 is here - Dave Clarke here was "SuperiorGull" over there - even the mod - "ksdaddy" over there - is now here - he's Scott Englund...there's probably others - welcome!