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Asked my instructor, he does the same. Problem solved, use socks !
strings by mail Item# OH-8M - Oasis Guitar Sleeve – Size Medium. Below is their add for it.
Made of cool, smooth nylon and elastane, the Oasis comfortably allows your arm to move freely, and protects your finish from skin chemistry and wear due to friction. The Oasis Guitar Sleeve is an easy way to protect a valuable instrument and improve playing comfort. Available in 3 sizes
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Here's an idea that guarantees no sweat will ever get on your guitar - wear a suit of armor.
I usually just put on the suit of armour when posting on the forum rather than for playing
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Nick Payne wrote:I just use one of the arm covers that I have to protect forearms from the sun when cycling.
Same here. Works great. For awhile I was using long white cotton socks but my arm would start sweating.
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What I did was measure two places- one around my mid forearm, and the other around my bicep, and then estimated the distance between the two. One seam and then some hemming- and all of a sudden you have a nice sleeve that fits perfectly, all in under 15 minutes. Also when done with a nice fabric the sleeve is performance worthy!
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It is long enough to cover my watch, which I wear on my right arm, and covers up to the middle of my upper arm. It is also flesh colored and is less obvious. I cut mine off just above the thumb opening.
Anyhow, it works great but they are a little difficult to find.
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