#1
hello,
so ive been playing the guitar for years and years, both electric and classical, for like hours a day, im very obsessive.
anyways,
i recently bought a white epiphone dot studio, its a semi hollow body guitar( heres a bit about it http://www.kellyindustries.com/guitars/epiphone_dot_studio_hollowbody.html
). the middle is solid, and the sides are hollow. i currently live in colorado, its dry and hot up here, and in august ill be moving to las cruces new mexico, where its hotter and dryer! do semi hollows need a humidifier? i know that my classical definitely will, in fact i already use one for it, but what about this semi hollow?
thanks!
Arnar
#2
I would say yes. Keep in mind, I'm not a luthier and I don't personally use a humidifier for my guitars(the South has more than enough humidity to go around). It seems to me that the same problems experienced with acoustic guitars would be present with semi-hollows.
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#3
yea thats basically what i thought as well.
just alternate which F hole its in every night or whatever
#4
I really wouldn't do too much to it.
Too much moisture can do nasty things to wood.
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