#1
And I'm leaving my guitar at home. What should I do to make sure it doesn't warp and all that?

The guitar is an RG1527, with an Edge Pro 7, and a tremel-no.
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#3
If you're just going on vacation, there's no need to worry really. Just wipe it down check everything and stick it in it's case. The only way i think it could warp over the short time of a vacation is if it's extremely humid in your house...
#5
Just leave it where you usually keep it. If it's not warping now, why would it warp while you are on a vacation?
Also you can put it in a gig bag or even better a hard case. It should keep dust and humidity away from your guitar.
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If you're just going on vacation, there's no need to worry really. Just wipe it down check everything and stick it in it's case. The only way i think it could warp over the short time of a vacation is if it's extremely humid in your house...


I live in Mumbai, and it's the monsoon season now. But even then I've heard that you should detune the guitar a wee bit, and I was wondering if that still applies with an FR with a tremel-no.
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#7
If I leave for more than 2 weeks, I always detune down to Eb. Then again, I have a hard tail Les Paul so...
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#8
I'm just making an educated guess here but wouldn't detuning your guitar be a bad idea? You keep it for years and years playing it in a tuning it is set up for and just because you aren't going to be near it you think something magical will happen by putting less tension on the neck? I know leaving a guitar with no strings on it for some time is bad for the neck so why wouldn't you just wipe it down and put it in a case and do your best to control the humidity?

How long are you going on vacation. You could possibly get a dehumidifier and put the case in a closet with the dehumidifier. If you think the dehumidifier will fill up too fast with water then you can add a five gallon bucket or something for it to flow into.