I've read that any polish with silicone is not good. I've also read that using a solution of 1/2 white vinegar to 1/2 water can be used to remove wax/polish build-up, then some type of wax. I don't mind taking time to preserve/enhance the finish, I just want to know what wax [or?] is best? Most canned polish's do not produce a lasting finish/shine. I used Scott's Liquid Gold, and it was terrible. Now my finish is dull and almost 'sticky'.. and I didn't use a lot. So now, I want to know if vinegar is best to remove the old stuff, or something else..Then which wax/? is best... Thanks..
I read somewhere that a person who has a 650, replaced the nylon rods with 'N' gauge model railroad track. He said it worked great - and a lot cheaper than gold... Dunno.. He also used 'proper' ohmage resisitors to compensate for the track.. At this point, I will wait until the nylon 'wears out', then as I can afford to, buy the gold rods... Right now, replacing the felts in the Bass unit is top priority.. Marc