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D’Addario’s Rob Cunningham and guitar tech Doug Redler discuss how to maintain proper humidity levels for your acoustic guitar both on the road and at home.

by D'Addario
September 16, 2016

In this D’Addario Core video, D’Addario’s Rob Cunningham and Doug Redler, the author of The Guitarist's Guide to Maintenance and Repair and a guitar tech for folks like the Black Crowes and Slash, discuss how to maintain proper humidity levels for your acoustic guitar. In this D’Addario Core video, Rob shows a few helpful tools to monitor the humidity levels both on the road and at home.

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Posted by Pamela Dahl on
The Humidipaks are the best. IF you have a guitar that is extra dry it may take 2 or 3 times to get it leveled out. I think the humidipaks are God's gift to music. :) Now, you don't have to wonder anymore what to use. Done.
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