#1
So my les paul sounds funny, the top e string has just begun to sound like its vibrating against metal when strummed. The set up GC gave me a while ago was perfect, but I'm now wondering if it needs another set up because of temperature or something. Maine is getting into the hot season and I can't exactly keep my room cool.

How much does temperature affect the guitar neck? Is it a serious problem?

I'm thinking about getting an air conditioner just for my room, but I'm unsure exactly what temperature to set it at.
#3
its has somewhat of an effect, but even with Maine's scorching inferno, it wouldn't be enough to warp the neck. I live in Georgia, and lately its been Satan's Armpit, but my guitar holds up pretty well.
Ibanez -> Peavey -> Eardrums

Apparently I'm on some list of people to listen to..?
#4
Maine has drastic weather changes, I don't see why this is comical. Sorry if I think the high 80's is classified as hot. You know, it's kind of hot when it's something called summer.

Edit: I think it's kind of sad that I can't even make a reference to summer, it being a hot season, and still be bashed for it. These forums are so ridiculous, everyone just has to find something wrong with a question.

As I asked before, what is a good temperature for a guitar room?
Last edited by ibanezzer at Jun 13, 2006,