I got a Taylor 110 guitar. It's top is sitka spruce; its back and sides are laminated sapele; its neck is also sapele and its neck is ebony. It has a thin vernice finish. And I am quite newbie to acoustic guitars. I am living by a less-salty sea, which the climate is pretty rainy and humid, and average warm, about 30 degrees Celsius daytime in summer, and 3 degrees Celsius in winter; neither tropical, nor colder.
I want to learn the maintenance of the wood of my guitar. I apply Dunlop lemon oil to the fretboard, like I do to my electric guitar. But what about the neck and the other wooden parts? Is applying natural sweet almond oil a correct treatment like it is done to other wooden instruments?