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Storage and Environmental
Last Updated: 02/18/2022
Reasonable changes in temperature and humidity should not affect the
instrument. However solid top woods such as Koa or Spruce are generally
more delicate and should be treated as any solid traditional wood
instrument. Storage in a temperature/humidity-controlled environment is
not necessary as long as extremes are avoided. Prolonged exposure to
sunlight may fade some top finishes as will some lotions and body oils.
Loosen strings for long term storage.

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