#1
hey i live in south florida so the weather is always changing. Durin the summer it was really humid. I keep my guitar in a soft case all the time when im not playin. Can the weather still affect it?
#2
if its in a case i think it should be fine
Quote by tarheelfan2
Oh ****, I just found out I got pwned by Joey! Damn...

Quote by funkbass369
GASPPPP! another one pwned by joey!

Quote by funkyfigure8
Lulz Joey Is Teh Ownage I Want His Penus
#3
yes, the wood will still expand and contract with the moisture in the air. But if its just in a case for a long while can't you get that stuff that absorbs moisture in the air?
Quote by somethingfunni

what do u like better. doing your girlfreind or doing jesus?
the answer to that question should never be 'doing jesus'


Quote by Miggy01

I was looking at porn at the computer froze
#4
you could build a humidor for your guitars. however, that'd cost about 10,000+.
gear?
coming soon... parker fly mojo flame
ibanezes: rg350dx frankenstein * rg7620 7-string
fenders: telecaster plus * stratocaster plus

line 6: pod xt live * ax2 212
other: laney vh100r * mesa dual rectifier * monster cables
#5
It should be fine in your case unless you have really extreme humidity and by that I mean humidity that makes the walls sweat.
#6
your guitar will be safe as long your friends dont touch it hahahah...
sometimes guitar get broken because of our reckless friends....
you know what im saying..
^___^

I.a

ive heard of a humidifier...
they say it use to take care the wood of guitar especially when weather change so often..
dont know how much it tho
#7
soft cases won't protect your guitar. hard case is the best way to protect your guitar.
Equipments:
Fender American Telecaster N7
Yamaha CG150
Line 6 Tonecore Echopark
Behringer VAMP 2.0

"There's only two colors around the world. That's pink and green. Making love and making money." - Blacks20
#8
Buy a carbon fiber composite guitar. They aren't affected by humidity or temperature and they sound great. Also they don't dent and scratch very easily. Look at Composite Acoustics or Rainsong Guitars. There is one on my wish list.