#1
I've got a 6-string acoustic guitar and I am going out to Colorado for 6 weeks next week.

How does altitude affect instruments? Denver is a mile above sea-level so is there anything special i need to take into consideration? I don't want to get out there and have my guitar burst into flames and someone tell me "oh you should have done ________"

Thanks for your help.
#2
ummm i think you'll be ok

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#3
just watch out for humidity and temperature levels. Those two are much greater concerns than altitude.
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#4
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just watch out for humidity and temperature levels. Those two are much greater concerns than altitude.


Yeah, what he said. I've never heard of altitude as being a concern.
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