To humidify or not to humidify...that is the question.
From fall to winter there is a drop in humidity in the air, as a result our skin gets dry and itchy and, your guitar reacts a bit the same way. Though a guitar is not a tree anymore, it is a "living piece". It reacts and acclimates to the surrounding environment. Each winter season we repair a many guitar due to the lack of humidity. Acoustic guitar wood needs moisture to play and look its best. A dry guitar can warp, shrink and worse yet, crack! 
What are the symptoms of a guitar that lacks the proper amount of humidity?
- Cracked bridges
- Sinking tops
- Shrinking or cracked fret boards
- Front end pop
- Splits in tops

Martin acoustic bass

This Martin acoustic bass came in to the shop last week. It’s going to need some work. The bridge is pulling away from the body and there is a pretty good sized crack in the back of the body. READ MORE

Fishman Fluence pickups

We are now a stocking dealer for Fishman Fluence pickups. We are currently working on refinishing this Gibson Les Paul and are going to install this brand new set of Fishman Fluence pickups in it. READ MORE
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