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Old 03-04-2021, 02:31 PM
bloozeman bloozeman is offline
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Originally Posted by Howard Emerson View Post
HYGROMETER.

NOT a hydrometer unless you're boiling milk for a recipe.

Yes, you need to watch your humidity level on any instrument that has wood involved. Even a metal body National will have a wood fingerboard, which can shrink across its width, thus exposing the fret ends.

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Howard Emerson
What is the suggestion humidity? 40 to 45%? Amd which meter would you suggest to use to check levels?
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