Want to maintain the beautiful sound of your guitar?
Maintaining your guitar’s humidity level is key in avoiding lots of headaches, from a fluctuating setup to potentially expensive structural repairs. While it might sound like a hassle, it’s pretty simple to put into practice. The driest time of year varies from one area of the world to another, but most of us need to think about it when the heat goes on and the air in our homes is much drier. Did you ever wake up with a dry mouth or irritated sinuses in the winter? Imagine how unhappy that makes your guitar!
So do all guitars need to be humidity maintained?
Yes, even solid-body electrics and acoustic guitars with laminate or composite back and sides need a helping hand. One, they all have wooden necks and fingerboards—a telltale sign of dryness is your fret ends poking out when a fingerboard shrinks. Many newer guitars with composite backs and sides still have a solid wood top, a wooden bridge, and a wooden fingerboard—all of which can crack and separate when they fluctuate at different rates with humidity change.
Designed for protecting your guitarin the driest conditions.
Releases moisture evenly and slowly inside your guitar to maintain proper humidity level.
The humidifier suspends between the strings and never touches any part of the guitar's body.
Fill in the distilled water into the nozzle about once a month for maintaining the humidifier.
Easily refillable, compact and lightweight, portable to carry, durable.