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  1. Question about Nut/Saddle Material. On another site they talked about real bone nut and saddles vs what came on their guitar. What are everyone’s thoughts and experiences. I would also like to have Greg Voros weigh in on the subject. By the way I have a Martin GPC15ME which has Bone Nut/Compensated White Tusq Saddle. Thanks papamark
  2. Hi Greg, I used to play 2h a day between 2012 and 2016. So basically my Gibson Les Paul Standard 2013 was all the time on my guitar stand next to one of my Marshall 1w My music room have a humidifier and I keep all the time the humidity around 45%-50% during the winter and during the summer I use a dehumidifier to keep the humidity around again 45%-50% . Now since 2016, I have 2 childrens, my son of 4 years old and my little daughter of 1 year old, I don't play that much and because of my 2 littles ones, my Les Paul is still in my music room but now I left my guitar in her case 99% of the time. Is it bad to leave a guitar inside the original Gibson case or not ? I hear some urban legends that a guitar needs to breath to be in top condition, so leaving a guitar for an extended period inside a case is bad. For the record, even if I don't play as much as I want, I do a setup twice a year around november and may (full setup and a new set of strings) Thanks for your input
  3. Here's a Tip of the Month where Greg Voros (Head Guitar Tech for Gruhn's Guitars, Nashville TN) discusses with Steve Krenz selecting a new guitar; what to look for, what to choose, and why. (7: 12 mins) (also found under Tips of the Pros)
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    Tuesday January 23rd, 2018 Topic: Guitar Care with Greg Voros 7pm Central Time US You can watch the lesson HERE. It's the first Live Lesson of the year and I cant think of a better way to start off than with Greg Voros (head of the legendary repair department at Gruhn Guitars) to start us off. Greg will be discussion how you can take the best care of your instrument and maintain it so that it is at it's best playability. If you have any questions for Greg about guitar care, maintenance, or building, please ask them in this thread and we'll try to get to as many of them as we can. There will be music, laughs, giveaways and more. I look forward to seeing you there! Our Ustream channel is here... http://www.ustream.tv/gibson-learn-and-master-live-lessons - Steve

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