#1
....entirely serious question. i was thinking today, if you accidentaly dropped an acoustic guitar in a large pool of water, like completely submerged, then took it straight out, and emptied it out. could you just chuck it in the airing cupboard and let it dry off, or would the wood warp and stuff?

buttom line: completely wet guitar....will it ever be playable again?

purely out of interest this one, (im not that stupid ). so what does everyone think?

Get off this damn forum and play your damn guitar.
#4
I remember someone posted a thread about something similar but it really happened. I think the conclusion was that he couldn't fix it and remained unplayable.
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#5
Tony Rice's legendary D-28 was in a basement flood once, I believe. He said the guitar didn't sound right for over 7 years, and the only thing that remotely saved it was the case.
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