#1
I've just moved house and I've got a pretty nice attic space as my room. My only worry is, it's rather hot up here, I keep the window slightly open at all times. I'm just worried keeping my guitars up here is going to damage or warp them.

I wouldn't say it's humid, just warm, baring in mind it's the middle of Summer. Is this a bad idea?

Josh
#2
I'm a complete noob myself, but my teacher can always tell when I've had my acoustic in the car. He says the humidity de tunes them or something along those lines. I'm sure someone with more knowledge can help you, I've only been on here about a week and there's already been a few people that have given me awesome advice.
#3
How warm? Stick a thermometer in there and find out. A guitar should be fine up to 100F if not in full sun, but 130F might be cooking the axe.
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#4
It depends, do you live in a dry climate? Heat can really throw your guitar out. Personally, I would keep my guitars in a cooler environment.
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