How many times have you been told to humidify your guitar? How do you know if you need to? What if I told you there was a simple rule to keep your guitar in good condition for generations to come?
On today’s episode, we’re talking about the **special** relationship between humidity and your acoustic guitar. You’ve likely heard plenty of horror stories about too much humidity or not enough humidity. But what’s the goldilocks range?
I’ve heard from plenty of guitar makers, players, and collectors about humidity over the years. Between temperature and humidity, there’s a safe range for almost all instruments that exists between 66–77 degrees Fahrenheit and 40-55 percent humidity.
I’ll cover why this band of ideal conditions is best for guitars. But if you’re wondering how you can maintain this temperatures and humidity best, I’ll also cover humidifiers and key signs to look out for.
Humidifying your guitar is important. If it’s not taken care of, you can damage your guitar severely. Worst case scenarios include cracking and separating. Best case scenarios are reversible changes.
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Featured in this episode…
– Gryphon Strings
– Bourgeois Guitars
– Kyle Orla
– Gwenifer Raymond
– Bluegrass Life