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Hi all,

Next week I'm moving from the Philadelphia area to the mountains of Colorado. I'll be going to a moderately humid climate at 200 feet of elevation to a very dry, cold climate at about 8,000 feet. I'm going to be driving out with my acoustic guitar in a hard case.

I already purchased a humidifier that sits between the strings in the soundhole of the guitar, but what other care do I need to take when moving/keeping a guitar at a high/dry altitude? Will I need to have the neck reset after I get up there? Is it ok to keep the guitar on the wall or on a stand with the humidifier in it or should I keep it in the hard case whenever I'm not playing it?? Anything else I need to be aware of?

Thanks for the help!