Bushinarin
UG Senior Member
Join date: Jan 2007
808 IQ
#1
Just out of curiosity. I was thinking of purchasing an ovation that had a solid spruce top... but the soundhole looked like this:



That makes a soundhole humidifier useless. I don't want to purchase it if I can't take care of it.

I made a thread a few days ago about which acoustic/electric I ought to buy... but I figured that this needed a new thread.
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captivate
d[-.-]b Asian Audiophile.
Join date: Apr 2007
1,602 IQ
#2
Buy a case humidifier instead of a soundhole humidifier.
Equipment:
- Art & Lutherie Cedar CW (SOLD! )
- Martin D-16RGT w/ LR Baggs M1 Active Soundhole Pickup
- Seagull 25th Anniversary Flame Maple w/ LR Baggs Micro EQ

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Imme94
I wish you were a beer.
Join date: Jun 2007
986 IQ
#3
Quote by captivate
Buy a case humidifier instead of a soundhole humidifier.

/thread

But that is really all that you can do for it.
Bushinarin
UG Senior Member
Join date: Jan 2007
808 IQ
#4
Thanks! Shows how much I know about acoustics...
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Milez5858
Registered User
Join date: May 2005
256 IQ
#5
I had an Ovation for 10 years never humidified it. It was fine. It's mostly plastic so....
2001 Gibson USA Les Paul Studio Black/Gold
2008 Alvarez-Yairi DY40C
2004 Taylor 310
Marshall AVT275

Ex guits 2002 Ovation Elite, 1995 Seagull 12 BC Rich Gunslinger Snakeskin Various Yamaha Various Sammick Epiphone Les Paul, Epiphone ES