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Old 01-17-2020, 10:36 AM
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Originally Posted by neofolk View Post
Hi all. I'd like to ask: I've just rececntly bought an acoustic guitar and I've learned that I'm supposed keep an eye on humidity levels. So I bought a hygrometer. The levels are at about 40% now, sometimes a few points less. My question is how FAST it could hurt the acoustic guitar? I suppose it's meant rather in the long term? I'm gonna get a humidifier next week.
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It'll be fine though 40% is on the low end of acceptable. Just keep it in the case when you're not playing it and store a humidification system within the case. Personally I use a drilled soap dish and a sponge but humidipacks seem popular on this forum as well. Purchasing a full room/home humidifier seems like overkill to me.
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