#1
Reading this forum has made me want to build a guitar, but I have one big concern.


Where I live, it's usually either cold and dry (winter) or warm and humid (summer), and I've been wondering if it would be better to build it now (in the cold) or later, when it's warmer.
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#3
Whichever is the least extreme. Like, if hot is 110 degrees, but cold is like 40, I'd say cold, and vice versa.
But if they're both extreme, I'd say build it in the cold, but try to keep it inside and warm. But maybe put the metal parts in in the summer.

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#4
Build when it's cold and dry. The target humidity should be 40 percent but if you are building an electric it's ok to go lower. Don't ever build a guitar when the humidity is over 50 percent
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