"Hi Mario. I used to Live in Alpine and El Cajon. Still come back every year to see Family. I play a Taylor 810CE most of the time. A guitar choir is a great idea. I think I'll suggest it to our Worship Team. Be…"
Once again, congratulations on your new Taylor. I know you'll have lots of enjoyable hours of playing it. And yes, your Taylor is much lighter. I noticed the same thing when I first pulled mine out of it's case for the first…"
I've been out for a while. My wife and I took some much needed vacation to Mexico. We had an awesome time there.It looks like I've miss out on some good discussions. I didn't take a chance in taking any of my guitars. I…"
"Mario, I really like the Little Martin. It's fun and convenient. Has a good sound, though obviously not like a full-size. Stays in tune well. I keep it out all the time with no humidifier although strictly speaking it probably should have one…"
I would just keep an eye on the guitar shape. Especially look at the back of your guitars where the halfs a put together. Evidence of dryness will show up there when the crack down the middle is seen easily. As you know tone is…"
"I kept one guitar on a stand mainly because I can just pick it up when I wanted to and like displaying it. The other guitars I just kept in their case. The winters are generally about 60 deg (F), but dry. The summers very hot and dry. This past…"
Sounds like you are doing the right thing. I use a $14 Planet Waves humidifier in each of my dreadnought guitars and keep them in their cases most nights during the winter months because it gets cold even here in mid-North Carolina and the…"
I live in an area that is quite dry most of the year and the realitive humidity is low. I recently noticed two of my guitars (tops) felt slightly warped just below the bridge (heart sunk...). One more than the other. I quickly went into life saving mode and placed them in their respective guitar cases and put guitar humidifiers in each. I also bought a Thermometer - Hygrometer that measures relative humidity and temperature in each case. It records minimum and maximum temp/humidity. I've…See More
Hi Mario. I used to Live in Alpine and El Cajon. Still come back every year to see Family. I play a Taylor 810CE most of the time. A guitar choir is a great idea. I think I'll suggest it to our Worship Team. Be Blesssed. Darren