Your Good Guitar is your tool and your showpiece. Keep it in tip-top shape. For cleaning, we recommend using a soft cotton rag or chamois cloth. Using a rough cloth can put swirls in the finish of any guitar. To remove the practice and performance grim, use a gentle cleaner, such as a standard guitar cleaner or Windex. Your Good Guitar has a unique, painted fingerboard, so you can use the same product for the entire surface. The best time to clean is when you're changing strings, as you'll have a clear shot at the neck and won't result in a lint festival.
Good Guitars have a durable polyurethane finish, similar to your car. Once it's clean, you can use a high quality automotive wax (a pea-sized drop) to occasionally buff out any scratches or mars or give it a special shine before a big show. Just like your hot rod, DON'T GET THE WAX ON YOUR CHROME (hardware and pickups).
Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain
In Philly, he played guitar for local NWOBHM favorites WASTOID and power metal kings SHADOWDANCE. You may have even seen him in videos with the "Queen of Shred", The Great Kat, and he shared the stage with bands like Judas Priest and Manowar.
During the "Philly years" he honed his guitar building expertise at DiPinto Guitars.
A move to Denver saw him taking over guitar duties for local favorites MOORE, and continuing his luthier journey building guitars at the revered Grosh Guitars.
Through all of this, he never quite found a guitar that met his needs for perfect tone and playability, so he designed his own - the Good Guitar.
Today, you can find him on stage with the Denver metal band NECROPANTHER, and writing the occasional blog post for this site.