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I live in south jersey. not so hot but it can get quite humid and sticky. is it safer to leave my guitar in a hot humid room or is it safer to keep it in my bedroom which has an air conditioner on throughout the summer time? it's set at 68 degrees. thanks.
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#2
Some place cool and dry.

The hot and humid room would mess with the electronics and possibly screw the paint up, I'd keep it in your room.
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High humidity is much better for the wood.
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#5
not too high though
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High humidity is much better for the wood.



High humidity is the very worst thing you could do to a guitar. It makes the wood Moist(paint, stain or not). The wood will soften and the tension from the strings will pull the neck and warp it.
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High humidity is the very worst thing you could do to a guitar. It makes the wood Moist(paint, stain or not). The wood will soften and the tension from the strings will pull the neck and warp it.


Exactly.
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