Protect the wooden structure of your beloved musical instruments from stress due to sudden relative humidity changes.

Humidity Control for Musical Instruments

4 Tips and Tricks to Save Money in Piano Maintenance

4 Tips and Tricks to Save Money in Piano Maintenance

By on Jun 26, 2014 in How pianos work, Humidity Control for Musical Instruments, Piano Knowledge | 0 comments

My piano was designed to sound like beautiful music, right? And I have learned from my technician that all the parts play a part, so to speak. So I have figured out a few things that you might want to know to protect your investment the better and the cheapest way. So here they are. 1. Location, Location, Location Your piano should be located in a room where there...

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Violins, Art, Wood, and Water

Violins, Art, Wood, and Water

By on Oct 25, 2013 in Humidity Control for Musical Instruments, Violin talks, Wood Instruments | 0 comments

We have noticed that Taylor Guitars (Watch Taylor Guitar Video) stresses the need for humidity control of their instruments, but we noticed another article written by a serious and reputable violin maker, David Burgess of Burgess Violins. If you have a wooden musical instrument from piano to piccolo, you should read his article The Importance of Proper Humidity  on...

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