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Asked by Unknown on 2001-07-12
what are the holes in the back of an electric guitar.
Answers
Answer posted by Chester on 2001-07-16
Those holes are used to hold oil so your ax does not dry up and crack and also to keep strings lubed so you can play fast riffs. Just fill them up with gear lube which is available at the local auto store. You will be surprised at what it does to your ax. Peace brother :))

Answer posted by robbie on 2004-01-29
NO! they are for changing your strings, that is if the guitar has a string through body.

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