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  • D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain
  • D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain
  • D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain
  • D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain
  • D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain
  • D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain

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D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain

D'Addario Accessories

D'Addario Acoustic Guitar Humidifier - Releases Moisture Slowly and Evenly - Protects Instrument from Humidity Without Damaging the Finish - Non-Drip String Suspension Design -Easy to Use and Maintain

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Product Description Product Description
  • Protects your guitar without damaging the finish
  • Suspended by the strings, never touches the guitar body
  • No clips or fasteners which can scratch the guitar finish
  • Exclusive non-drip design releases moisture evenly and slowly
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Try it this way.I gave it a 4 star with the potential of 5. My house is air-conditioned all year and the humidity levels are typically about 15% which is far from the 45-55% needed for a guitar. I bought 1 and drilled more holes in it for more humidity to escape. It worked so well I bought another to bring the level up even higher. Instead of spreading the strings I just place each guitar humidifier to either side of both E strings. Quick, easy and effective. Now we have 5 stars.4Simple, Cheap, and Effective.In the first two days, there was a cisible improvement on my classical guitar. The fretboard was showing grains of white, where it was drying out. After using this product it s now shiny and black again. It s easy to use and works effectively. Some users comment that the tabs on the lid break but I think the secret is to squeeze the liwer container in order to get the lid off, not pulling back on the tabs. Other reviews suggest you need a hardshell case, and I m sure that helps, but worse case scenario, even in a gig bag, you would just have to wet the sponge more often. With these record cokd temps, it s just the answer.5Works Fine & Much Better Than Nothing!I thought I would throw my two-cents in about the new design and effectiveness of this soundhole humidifier.After making a few homemade case humidifiers out of things like a travel butter container with many holes drilled into it and a sponge, I started thinking about how some of the cases separate the body cavity from the neck & headstock cavity inside the guitar case and not allowing the humidity to flow freely to all areas, especially the body where it is needed the most.Even though I was getting acceptable humidification in the case I was concerned about the body being dryer in comparison so I went ahead and splurged the 8 bucks on these. (I actually bought three of them.)I crank the gas heat up in the house in the winter and A/C in the summer, keep my guitars inside their cases and inside a closet. The humidity drops quite low, but the sponges remain moist for several days before I can no longer fight the urge to re-wet them. lol.Two great tips in one:Use a regular, more dense sponge, thicker like the ones at the dollar store. Cut them to size and stuff them in!Throw away the sponge when it starts to get yucky and don't worry about distilled water, unless you want to. I can't argue using very pure water compared to the possibly toxic crap that comes out our faucets, but for one dollar you can get a boat load of them after you cut them to size, and toss them away without any regard when needing replaced.Don't worry about the "thing" hanging in-between your strings. It will not damage anything unless you get the sponge too saturated and it leaks. I will either squeeze the excess water out, or shake the container with the sponge inside until I am satisfied that it won't drip.The humidifier will not cause any stress or damage to your strings by spreading them when you wedge this inside your soundhole.If you ARE rough, careless, thoughtless, or stupid, you could possibly knock this loose and have it rub or fall out, but I would be more worried about the guitar and what it would take for this to happen. This would be more extreme to the guitar than the humidifier or any harm it could cause.The top snaps on by squeezing the sides to release little tabs that stick through the top cover. The sponge inside is quite small, and there isn't too much room for a much larger sponge. The device is simple and fairly solid. Treat it gently and it will last forever. You can easily clean the inside or run it through a dishwasher. If you give the inside a quick rinse every few fills, I'm sure it would be a decade before anything "built up" to require extensive cleaning or replacement.Keep an eye on it for the first few days and then weeks to get a feel for when you should be re-wetting the sponge.Try to keep the sponge moist when it's dry.I strongly suggest getting an Oasis case humidifier, (or similar) mini sized about 1" X 4" costing around 17-20 bucks.This will take any guesswork out of the equation and give you fairly accurate readings inside your guitar or instrument case.Remember, too much humidity can cause your acoustic guitar to warp. Too dry and it will shrink and crack, split the soundboard (top) also leaving the edges of the frets sticking out like the backbone of a fish and quite abrasive!If you spent more than one hundred dollars on your guitar and live where it gets cold and/or dry, you would be negligent (if not careless) to spend the pittance to make sure your 'baby ain't thirsty', or worse...dead & broken!Hope this helps!4Good product. Good priceIf you need a sound hole humidifier I really like these. They were formerly sold under the Planet Waves banner, but I guess D'Addario has better name recognition and reputation for putting out quality stuff. This same style is available from other manufacturers, but without the removable top and replaceable sponge. So when the others no longer accept water, they go in the garbage. Those last about two years and then- done. Not this one. I have one from years ago where the sponge was no longer good. I replaced the sponge with a strip from an old "Sham-Wow" cloth I had on hand and it continues to work for me. I'm sure replacement sponges are available or you can just come up with something like I did. Given that, these will last a lifetime. A real bonus is that these costs half the price of some of it's competitors, charging up to $20 or more. Seriously? It probably cost less than 50 to produce, including packaging.I gave it 4 stars because of the price. I won't begrudge D'Addario for trying to make a profit, but even though it is less than half the price of its competitors, this shouldn't cost more than $5 tops.4if you really care about your acoustic buy this itemwood is oh so sensitive, some would argue about cheap strings versus expensive strings to get that "golden tone" for me personally I believe that treating the wood with care is an absolute must! if you really love your acoustic instrument buy this item especially if you invested a lot of money on an acoustic instrument it only makes sense to take care of it with this easy & simply device. I reside in the Midwest so the humidity is terrible here. This product is critical for treating the wood like a fine cigar box. There is also hygrometers for acoustic guitars in the market so you can see the exact temp running inside your guitar. Also once the sponges run out(I think after about a year) you can buy replacement three or four packs from D'addario but they aren't any different from household kitchen sponges just buy a $2 or $3 sponge from your local Wally World then cut it so that it fits into the black plastic device.5Guitar 101 - Humidify 5 Stars A++ RECOMMENDEDOk Boys and Girls...Guitar 101. If you own a guitar that is made of wood and you really really care about it..ya had better take the time to humidify.I live in Tampa Bay and all of the guitar shops and the repair people keep telling me that "With the high humidity you have no need to use a humidifier, and you do not need to keep your instrument in the case to protect it from drying out. WRONG WRONG WRONG !!!!!If you live in Da swamp with an old creeky window style AC unit perhaps there will be enough humidity in the air..The modern Whole house units will pull your humidity down to 40% or lower. We have a fresh 20 SEER AC that brags about the dehumidification power of the unit. After all de-humidifying is most of what your AC is doing, pulling moisture from the air to make you feel cool.My Hygrometer shows 38% at night and 40% during the day. Martin tells me that is way too low for my guitars. 45%-55% is considered ideal. If you are not sure get a Hygrometer and be sure, do not take chances. D'Addario humidifier works well and will slowly release moisture just do not go overboard. Fill it and let it sit then shake it out till there are no droplets at all. slap it against your leg shake it hard, then feel it. Just make sure that what is in it will be held by the sponge. Check it every few days. And put a Hygrometer in your case.Check out this Bluetooth case monitor!!! D'Addario Humiditrak - Bluetooth Humidity and Temperature Sensor D'AddarioHumiditrak - Bluetooth Humidity and Temperature Sensor5 Stars A++ RECOMMENDEDVOTE thumbs UP IF YOU FOUND THIS HELPFUL5Stable and Intuitive Humidifiers, But the Current Sponges Are OversizedThese humidifiers, with a sponge in a holder, seem the most intuitive to me to use in a guitar with a sound hole. They are easy to check when they are dry (by shaking). They are easy to get a feel for putting in just the right amount of water to know that they will not leak. They feel like they hold a good amount of moisture. You can put them between strings or what I do, above or below one the the E strings so that no strings are forced apart. They are overall pretty stable and are difficult to break.The newest batch of these that showed up came with sponges that were oversized, especially once moistened. You have to shove it in the holder and push the top down forcibly to close it. Ones ordered last year had smaller sponges that fit in the holder perfectly, even when dampened. I guess the sponges can be trimmed, but the holders are curved inside and have a triangular shape that slopes and gets more narrow at the bottom than the top. The oversized rectangular sponges would need a lot of trimming to make them fit perfectly, and you would end up with a fidget sponge after cutting enough of it away. I cannot say if this is a one time aberration or a new design. It does not make or break them; it just is a concerned to be extra careful about over saturating the sponges because the moisture will get more squeezed out than normal.4Literally a Sponge in a Plastic ContainerYes, I was warned before I bought this...but it was cheap, and the guitar I intended to use it for was a beater! So I tried it, and quickly admitted that the criticism was fair. There is nothing particularly special about this humidifier. It will get the job done: it is a sponge in a plastic container that will release moisture over time into the body of your guitar or into your guitar case. It is under $5, which makes it not a terrible value proposition. However, if you have a valuable instrument or one you care about, stick to the Herco clay humidifiers (for case), or an Oasis humidifier (for in body) because those feel like much more thoughtful designs with better usability.Quibbles that I had with this D'Addario Spartan humidifier include:- Doesn't quite fit neatly between the strings as shown in the picture...it kind of dangles around b/c it's too thick- You need to maneuver just right to unsnap the plastic pieces to get to the sponge- The sponge needs to have just the right amount of water (fling it dry to avoid dripping)...at which point, it will still drip or feel bone dryWill it get the job done? Yes. But should you buy a better-designed humidifier if you've got a guitar worth > $500? Absolutely, yes.2Does the job!I live in the arid south west and need to protect my Martin D35 and three other acoustics and I,ve tried a room humidifier which works but the filters don't last long and can add up in cost. I've also tried the Humidipaks which last longer but are pricey and I've heard stories about them leaking and causing severe damage so I tried these . So far they will stay moist for about 4-5 days with the addition of a moist sponge in a zip-lock bag with slits on top under the guitar head stock and the humidity level in the case stays about 45% and I haven't had any problem with mold as I am only using distilled water. I'm so glad I don't have to worry about my guitars anymore!5Re-Usable Humidifier System for Acoustic GuitarsI live in New England, so the air in my home gets very, very dry during the winter. As guitars ideally need much more humidity than that present where I live, I purchased this guitar humidifier for my Taylor acoustic. The humidifier consists of three parts: a small sponge, a holder for the sponge, a clip-on top for taking the sponge in and out. The sponge lasted 48 hours during the driest time of the year, and three to five days during the more humid months. The plastic container slips between the strings, in the sound hole.I have tried the gel packs, too, but I like the sponge better than the gel packs. The gel packs dried out quickly, and I was uncomfortable with throwing them away so frequently. It seemed wasteful, and not terribly thoughtful to the environment. I liked the sponge because it was re-usable, and much less expensive than the gel systems.5
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