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  • Squier CV Neck Finish

    Does anybody else dislike the finish on the CV necks. I got my CV tele about a year and a half ago and after about the first week, I ended up taking a scotch brite pad to the sticky finish on the back of the neck. Now it's smooth as silk. Has anyone else done this?

  • #2
    I got mine in April and have been fine with it so far.
    Gear: CV 50s Tele, Michael Kelly Patriot Standard, VOX Pathfinder 10, Fender Mustang I, Cheapie Maestro Acoustic






    Originally Posted by Blackface


    I'm not biased or anything, but everyone should think what I think.









    Originally Posted by fly_with_v


    Read, judge, and keep it to yourself, no one cares.

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    • #3
      I'm fine with the gloss too. I prefer gloss in fender necks.
      Rig:

      Guitars:Gibson SG Special, Gibson LP Junior
      Acoustic:Epiphone EJ200ce, Yamaha FG411
      Pedals & FX: EHX Big Muff, Noisemaker FX supernova,
      Line 6 DL4, Onerr Tremolo, Fender Tuner
      Amps Vox AC15, Fender Mustang I

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      • #4
        I used sandpaper on mine years ago. Huge improvement.
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        • #5
          I also prefer gloss on any neck.... can't stand unfinished (like the Zakk Wylde Gibson)

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          • #6
            I like a gloss neck just fine but they seem like they are coated so thick that they may as well be in a glass case.
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            Originally Posted by StankNasty


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            • #7
              I like the gloss.
              Originally Posted by csm


              You get a limited-edition self-relic'ing guitar at no extra cost and you're COMPLAINING?



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              57 Gibson Cg-530, 66 Teisco Mosrite "clone", 78 Rickenbacker something or other, 80's St. Blues, Classic Vibe 60's strat, Fender Blacktop HH strat, Switch Sig Stein, Switch Tele style, Austin SG, Yamaha something, lol.
              Vox Ampeg Peavey Hartke Bogen and Bugera amps, every tube pedal i can find. Muff. Loopers.

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              • #8
                My Classic Vibe P Bass's neck is pretty smooth actually.
                Originally Posted by pasteface


                MAN for that kind of thing U got to go Back to the Old boxes from back when!! In those days we would bring are AMPS to the lake and wnen U tilt the Cab down by the water U can see the ****************in DENT it made! With the waves coming off it and Everything ****************!!!!! NOwadays they all play in there Dens and home bars or watever kind of **************** they get up to

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                • #9
                  I like it. It feels the same as my CIJ52 which is also poly. What I didnt like was the finish on my 52RI, so much that I stripped it off and put a few coats of Tru Oil on.

                  Id love to get that satin-poly feel of the roadworns. Thats the slickest neck Ive ever played.
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                  Gibson SG 1970s Tribute
                  more stuff:
                  65 Twin Reverb Reissue
                  Cox Tweed Deluxe Ultimate


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                  • #10
                    I actually love the gloss.

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                    • #11
                      The finish on my RG doesn't present any problems, but there was just something about the one on the CV that made it seem way too sticky. I also feel this way about many neckthru guitars with painted necks.

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                      • #12
                        I steel wooled the neck on my Epiphone '56 Reissue. It saved it from possibly never being played again. Now it's very good.

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                        • #13
                          The gloss does not bother me a bit.

                          Edit: do you like the neck finish on a Deluxe?

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                          • #14
                            Doesn't bother me a bit. As long as a gloss finish doesn't feel sticky, I leave it alone.
                            ...when I'm 64...

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                            • #15
                              Usually I like gloss but the CV neck was a bit too plasticky. Ten minutes with fine steel wool and it was perfect.

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