#1
What is the best method to keep your in tune when it´s in a softcase and it´s really cold outside?
#3
Well, I can tune my guitar without a tuner...but guitars are sensitive to different temperatures and airmoistures...
#4
well, only thing you can do is to let the guitars warm up again. Don't retune it while it's cold, let the wood settle and warm up again, then retune if needed.
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#5
The best is never to do that. Sudden temperature change might do something bad to the wood of your guitar.
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#7
Quote by Musicman_91
Maybe I could wrap a blanket around my guitar and then put in in the softcase?


I don't know man. It might pose more trouble than it gives. Blanket often bring a lots of dusts and unwanted stuffs. And another thing is that guitar does not generate heat like us human so a blanket will just probably help for a few minutes out in the cold.

It's best to transport it in a car or something.
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#8
why not construct a heated, insulated box with a thermostat keeping the inside of the box at room temperature? alternatively, you could just deal with it like the rest of us do.
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#9
Quote by dr_john
why not construct a heated, insulated box with a thermostat keeping the inside of the box at room temperature? alternatively, you could just deal with it like the rest of us do.



Great idea! I´ll do it right away ^^