July 18, 2008, Newsletter Issue #99: Air Quality Essentials For Musicians

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Did you know that air that has low humidity could damage guitars, woodwind instruments, and stringed instruments such as cellos and violins? A musician who plays one of these should invest in a good hygrometer to see what low-moisture problems might be occurring in instrument storage areas. You may need to invest in a humidifier to properly safeguard your musical equipment from the damage caused by low humidity.

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