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    Default Regarding proper humidification

    Good discussion on the mechanics of proper humidification from FB Journal interview with TR Crandall. Start at 7:00 to skip preliminaries.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lVPJqLmVp34

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    Default Re: Regarding proper humidification

    Great discussion, thank you ajh for posting this. I have used D'Addario uke humidifiers in my mando cases and have had good results in the dry Minnesota winters. Bruce Weber says to humidify below 30%, but not a lot over that - he sees many instruments with damage due to over-humidification...rot, failing glue, etc.
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