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Ok, so I was reading on gibson.com about "Reconditioning Your Speakers"
Link: http://www.gibson.com/en-us/Lifesty...od-Doctors-225/

Now, I store and play my amp, in my pretty moist/humid basement because its the only place where I have room to store it, and when I play it, it doesn't shake the walls and windows of the house so much.
but I have noticed, that for the past year that I have had my amp, that it is losing its tone.

On the website of the link above^ it says that I can take my speaker out, and store it in a box with some silica bags, to remove the moisture from the speaker. But the problem is that I don't have any silica bags (because I threw them all away) and that I don't know where to get them.

So, I was wondering if I just set my dehumidifier by my amp and let it sit there running for a while, would that do the trick?

I don't know if the heat coming off of the dehumidifier would do anything to the amp, but I really don't think it will.

but PLEASE post some replies on if you think this will work or not.

Thank You.