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

Humidity Control for Musical Instruments

Extreme humidity fluctuations are dangerous for each and every wooden instrument, but what is the right humidity range? How can I maintain it as constant as possible? What about the regular maintenance of my instrument? Our specialists have answers to this and many more questions.

You Can’t Pack A Piano, But You Can Protect It

You Can’t Pack A Piano, But You Can Protect It

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Is Piano Maintenance really that Hard? When it comes to looking after their instruments, owners of guitars, violins, cellos and other instruments made of wood have it relatively easy. Sure, when they carry their instruments around, they run the risk of exposing them to different levels of heat and humidity. Travel from New York to a concert in Florida, for example,...

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Your Guitar’s Perfect Nature Makes Nature Its Enemy

Your Guitar’s Perfect Nature Makes Nature Its Enemy

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…and That Goes for Any Wood Instrument Whichever kind of wooden instrument you play, there’s always a special place to play it. Acoustic guitars might sound great on stage, but they fit so much better at the edge of a fire on the beach or on a rocking chair on the porch. Violins might be more usually thought of as instruments to be discovered in the orchestra pit,...

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Set a Good Example for Your Kids: Be a Caring Guitar Owner

Set a Good Example for Your Kids: Be a Caring Guitar Owner

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By MusicSorbOnLine.com In “Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother,” Amy Chua describes how she would force her children to sit at the piano and practice. It’s an account that reads like something from a horror film and you wonder how, left alone to practice scales, the children didn’t stuff newspaper under the lid, set it alight, and burn the instrument of torture to the...

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5 Places Not To Store Your Guitar (or Let’s Look at that Closet Again)

5 Places Not To Store Your Guitar (or Let’s Look at that Closet Again)

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If you’re not going to use it for a while, the best place to keep your guitar (or other instrument) is inside a hard case, detuned, and with something to maintain a steady level of humidity. For those of us who prefer to reach for our guitars and practice a tune at a moment’s notice, that’s not very practical. We like to have our instruments close to hand and ready...

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About Throwing Your Acoustic Guitar across the Room

About Throwing Your Acoustic Guitar across the Room

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By MusicSorbOnLine.com Pick up an acoustic guitar and you can’t help but notice how fragile it feels. While an electric guitar might have a solid body that looks it can take a few knocks, an acoustic guitar is all fragile wood, thin lacquer and impossibly subtle joins. Knock too hard on the soundboard and you can imagine the wood splitting and the guitar dying. An...

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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

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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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