Ok so you want to take care of your guitar. Well to do that you're going to need some kind of compaound or polish to help you do it. Music Nomad (or MusicNomad depending on how you read the brand name) has a couple of options on Amazon that look like they have some good feedback. The key question is of course what exacly is the difference between the two? Let's first look at the products in question and then we'll dive a little deeeper.
First we have the Music Nomad guitar polish. Currently on Amazon for $9.99 for a 4 oz bottle. It also has a 4.7 star score on over 600 ratings.
Next we have the ONE all in one guitar cleaner. Currently on Amazon for $9.99 for a 4 oz bottle. It also has a 4.7 star score on over 3,100 ratings.
Ok so based on the data alone the two items are pretty similar. Price and volume has no difference. Feedback is pretty similar as well in terms fo score. The ONE guitar cleaner does have a healthy amount more ratings than the guitar polish which signifies to us that at the very least more people are buying the ONE. Whether that's because it's a better product or people are just more of a fan of a one stop shop approach is a total guess.
Where we get more of an answer to the differences is from the Music Nomad site itself. In the FAQ there is a question about the differences between the two items. Basically Music Nomad states that the ONE polish is an all in one cleaner, polish, and wax compoud that is meant for regular maintenance on a gloss finish. The guitar polish on the other hand is a paste polish and is meat to be used for deeper clean on gloss finish guitars. We also think based on what Music Nomad has on their site that the guitar polish is a bit better on hardware vs the ONE.
The only other difference we could find between the two was in the side by side comparison on Amazon. If you look below you'll notice that the guitar polish has one more checkmark than the ONE and that appears to be that the polish can work on vinatge guitars a bit better than the ONE. Everything else though is virtually identical.
In the end we can't see you going wrong with either option. If you are going for something more convienient it looks like the ONE is the way to go. For a cleaning job that is more specialized, the guitar polish appears to have the edge.
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