#1
Lately I've had to travel and play outside in this damn cold weather up in New England with this ensemble I'm in, and I experienced all the standard neck/ truss rod mess ups as a result of the dry, cold air. Are there any humidifiers that would work for an electric guitar? Because every humidifier I've looked at seems to be geared towards acoustics. Thanks
#2
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Lately I've had to travel and play outside in this damn cold weather up in New England with this ensemble I'm in, and I experienced all the standard neck/ truss rod mess ups as a result of the dry, cold air. Are there any humidifiers that would work for an electric guitar? Because every humidifier I've looked at seems to be geared towards acoustics. Thanks



what you need to do, is keep the guitar in a quality case with
a humidity meter. (get an idea of the humidity levels through the day)

low humidity can check the finish on electrics.

also, you need to allow the guitar to transition from the inside and the outside.
spending time in the case, before and after a gig, in a cooler room.
allowing for gradual temp changes.

if you're finding lower than average humidity readings, then get a case humidifier.
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#3
I would be more worried about the guitar in warm, humid weather than cold. Drastic changes in temperature aren't good though
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