#1
I just bought a Vicks Cool Mist Humidifier for my room this winter so I don't get as many sore thoarts and colds. Now what I want to know is, will I need to keep my guitar out of my room? I keep it in my hard case at all times, so will it still be a problem?
#2
Shouldn't be a problem as long as you don't get lazy and leave it sitting around.. Worse that can happen is it gets knocked out of tune and you have to change the strings *shrug*
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#3
yeah leave it in the case.
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#4
yeah its probably not good to leave it in there for too long since the strings might get rusty which makes them last less, but u dont need to freak about it cus its not really a big deal
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#5
Oh leaving it out is no problem at all.....I ALWAYS put it back in the case. especially with a dog and a little brother running around.
#6
I was told humidifier's are good for guitars, like less water = less rust, and is better for the body.
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#7
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I was told humidifier's are good for guitars, like less water = less rust, and is better for the body.


Humidifiers add water to the air.
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#8
Aaaaaah

my mistake.

then yes, you would need to put your guitar in a case, and throw some packs of silica gel (you get them in shoeboxes.
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If you cut down on these costs students won't learn so well, effecting the "quality"...