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Old 05-25-2019, 04:48 AM
AndreF AndreF is offline
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If you want a cheap, but effective solution, just wet a sponge, put it in a plastic baggie with holes, and stick that in the string compartment of the case.
That will keep the inside at an acceptable humidity level.
Iíve verified that with a hygrometer, so I know it works.
If you take the guitar out for extended periods of time though, make sure the room itís in is also humidified. Again, a little portable and battery operated hygrometer is good enough to show you how dry it is.
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