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 Your Cello and to Save You Money

4 Tips and Tricks to Save Your Cello and to Save You Money

By on Aug 19, 2014 in Cello, Humidity Control for Musical Instruments, Wood Instruments | 0 comments

When you own a delicate musical instrument, such as cellos and upright basses, proper maintenance is mandatory, and sometimes the instructions to perform said maintenance are not as clear and as easy as you would like them to be. Sit back as we travel through 4 easy-to-follow tips that will help you keep your instrument in a healthy condition while keeping your...

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4 Tips and Tricks to Save Your Guitar

4 Tips and Tricks to Save Your Guitar

By on Aug 18, 2014 in Guitar talks, Humidity Control for Musical Instruments | 0 comments

If you love your guitar (be it electric, acoustic, or classical) and you are willing to do anything it takes to properly maintain it, the following article is what you’re looking for. I will guide you through 4 easy tips that will explain what you need to do in order to keep your guitar in shape, and save money and time doing it.   1. HUMIDITY CONTROL Extreme...

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3 Tips and Tricks for the Proper Maintenance of Violin and Viola

3 Tips and Tricks for the Proper Maintenance of Violin and Viola

By on Aug 12, 2014 in Humidity Control for Musical Instruments, Violin talks | 0 comments

Temperature and humidity levels vary dramatically from summer to winter and there is nothing you can do about it. What you can do, however, is control the subsets of your environment such as your house, office etc. according to your convenience and comfort. You do that? Good! One more question… What about the comfort zone of your musical instruments? Yes, you...

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What Happens When Your Piano Gets Wet?

What Happens When Your Piano Gets Wet?

By on Aug 4, 2014 in Humidity Control for Musical Instruments, Piano Music | 0 comments

Sit behind the wheel of your car and you can expect that it will drive pretty much the same way that it drove the day before — and the year before. It’s only when you take it for a service and the mechanic changes the brake pads or replaces the tires that you feel the difference and notice how much it’s changed. The same is true of a piano. Like a car, a piano...

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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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