#1
The guitar in question being a Larrivee D-03R, a rather expensive model... If it's just a day with some sunshine, not too hot, not too cold, and not too humid, is the guitar really in any danger?

The story behind Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles is what got me interested in outdoors acoustic playing. George Harrison borrowed one of Eric Clapton's guitars and strolled through his garden with it and ended up with a classic Beatles tune.

I've played electric outside and never thought twice about it (though I probably wouldn't play a white guitar in the sun, don't want it turning yellow...), but I've always been very protective of acoustics, I guess I see them as being comparatively, very fragile.
#2
shouldn't bother the guitar in the slightest
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#3
There's absolutely nothing wrong with taking any guitar outside. The only thing is not leaving it in direct sunlight. Other than that, it should be fine.
#4
you'll be fine man. Just use the same precautions that you would w/ an electric
#5
i think it's fine as long as you don't expose it to too much direct sunlight and for a long time. if the conditions are mild like you said, i doubt it would be a problem. think about all of the people who play in warped tour. their guitars seem like they're in decent shape haha.
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think about all of the people who play in warped tour. their guitars seem like they're in decent shape haha.


haha yeah
#9
It should be fine but if you play outside in the summertime a lot, you will have to get the guitar set up more often.
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I've played electric outside and never thought twice about it (though I probably wouldn't play a white guitar in the sun, don't want it turning yellow...), but I've always been very protective of acoustics, I guess I see them as being comparatively, very fragile.
Dude, why not? That aged cream color is gorgeous.

Yeah, as others have said, the guitar'll be fine. I take my Taylor with me everywhere, and no damage has been sustained due to the elements.
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Dude, why not? That aged cream color is gorgeous.

Yeah, as others have said, the guitar'll be fine. I take my Taylor with me everywhere, and no damage has been sustained due to the elements.


Umm... you think this looks good? : http://youtube.com/watch?v=aZpD0btOZx8

I actually have to wonder if that's a real Ibanez or not, because the neck on that guitar is definitely not stock... that might explain why that one is ridiculously yellowed and the other is still brand new white.


Thanks for all the answers guys!
#14
I too think that the aged cream color is beautiful. Just preference.
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