#1
it's fairly cold in my house (it's usually around 50-70 degrees 24/7) and i'm getting an acoustic soon. i plan on keeping it in a gig bag case, as well as keeping a humidifier on it at all times when i'm not playing it. will the cold weather of my house effect it? it's rather dry in here, it's not damp or moist whatsoever. i heard it could crack or go out of tune, is this true? if it's the case, i'm probably not getting an acoustic.
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#2
it's not going to destroy your guitar.
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#4
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its not going to destroy you are guitar?

alright it's 2 am give me a break.


but ya you should just get a humidifier and a hard shell case and just leave it in there whenever you're not playing it and you'll be all set
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#5
Captivate has a sticky regarding humidity.

Also, humidity inside your house is actually very hard to judge. You can get one of those gauges to hang on the wall that tells you how humid it is.

One sign of too low humidity is dry nasal passages, dry skin that you have to put lotion on. If you're body is dry, your guitar is dry.