#1
Is it dangerous for a guitar to stay near [or in front] a air cooler or it kinda advantages it?

I'm worried becuz it's been a while I have my guitars near a air cooler in my room =/

Well I think that high temperaturest damages more your guitar than low ones no? I'm not sure.
#2
cool air or hot air?
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#3
In humid temps it damages the wood. Your guitar will be fine as long as it isnt in these conditions for long periods of time.
#5
Swamp/evaporitive cooler? the humidity will warp the wood. central air...i dont know
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In humid temps it damages the wood. Your guitar will be fine as long as it isnt in these conditions for long periods of time.


Let's say that when the room starts to get too cold I stop the air cooler and when it gets too hot, I put it back on. It happens like 2-3 times a day I guess. Maybe a bit more
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Swamp/evaporitive cooler? the humidity will warp the wood. central air...i dont know


Well it's a cooler that you install on a window so it kinda throws cold hair in my room i guess
#9
depending on how long they have been sitting there.

if you play alot but they just happen to sit there while unused then the strings tend to be a liitle tight while firsty playing. from my experiences at least
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#10
It will most likely not damage the guitar, but--if it really worries you--just move the guitar to the other side of the room. Better safe than sorry, right?
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#11
Well, unlike these guys said, if the guitar is in anywhere from 5-10 degree (celcius) cool for more than 10 hours at a time, the wood on not only your neck but also your body might tend to contract and warp, which can sometimes depend on what wood you're guitars are made from and what finish they have on them.
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