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Robbinsville, NJ

what do you mean the bass is too loud?
Nov 24th, 2017 09:55 AM        

Got my first static electric shock, so it must be that time of year when hot air heat is coming on.<br /> <br /> Suppose you have two guitars you keep out on racks, in two separate rooms. Not in cases, but accessible IMMEDIATELY if you feel like picking.<br /> <br /> what guitar humidifier product would you suggest? (I don't plan to go for a full-house humidifier solution.)<br /> <br /> oldDriedUpFartBassPlayer Walt<br />


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Roisin, I wanna

fight your father
Nov 24th, 2017 10:45 AM        

Hmmm... A Dampit with soundhole cover. That's what I would do if I had guitars out, with no whole-house humidification.<br /> <br /> In fact, I have a Dampit in each of my 'spensive acoustics, and they stay in their cases in the wintertime to help keep them totally humidified.


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Nov 24th, 2017 11:05 AM        

I have my acoustic and mando on the wall in arms reach<br /> <br /> I use a floor humidifier by sears outside the office/studio. No zaps and does a great job. The forced hot air system picks up humidified air and disperses it upstairs and down. makes it very comfy in the house<br /> <br /> its about 10 years old by now. I just replace filters annually


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St. Louis

"Thumbpicks don't slide into soundholes"
Nov 27th, 2017 12:02 PM        

I have an older sears console model in my music room. The in case humidifiers left me <br /> Digging through cases too much everyday.<br /> <br /> I finally hooked up a float system to fill the humidifier from an ice maker line so I donât have to haul water to the "beast" everyday. If Iâm gone for a day or two itâs self filling now. My acoustic guitars love it and I donât have to mess with it.

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