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Humidifying Your Guitars

FopaFopa San FranciscoNew
I've read over and over again that players that have high end Gypsy guitars keep them humidified. I have a Dupont and a Park and want to keep them in the best shape possible. What is the best way to go about keeping your instruments humidified?
-fopa

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  • Charlie AyersCharlie Ayers Salt Lake CityProdigy
    Posts: 281
    For years I used in-case humidifiers, which worked best for round sound hole flattops, but changed, eventually, to a room humidifier. It's much easier and the humidity remains much more uniform than it did with the constant wetting, and drying out, of the in-case sponges.

    I keep all my instruments in a fairly small room, and keep the door closed. The humidifier I bought is by Bemis (sold at Costco for $100), and has a hygrometer that allows you to set the desired humidity, fill it with 8 gal of H2O, and leave it.

    Charlie
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  • ElliotElliot Madison, WisconsinNew
    edited August 2006 Posts: 551
    Too little humidity is a problem in San Francisco? :shock:
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