dampit Dampit (Large)Item ID: dampitlrg
Humidifier for Acoustic Guitar with humidity indicator - Large
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Keep Your Acoustic Guitar Properly Humidified!The Dampit Acoustic Guitar Humidifier keeps your guitar happy. An acoustic guitar sounds its best when the body has just the right amount of humidity. Proper humidity levels can not only make your guitar sound it's best, but also prolong the life of your instrument. Placed inside your instrument, Dampit releases moisture slowly and evenly inside the guitar. A handy indicator helps you maintain optimal humidity for your guitar. Protect your precious acoustic instrument with a Dampit Guitar Humidifier.
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
Dampit Works Fine
by John Yaschur III from DelawareThe Dampit Acoustic Guitar Humidifier is easy to use, no fancy moisture packs to purchase, and it is full proof. I have used the Dampit humidifier on my small fleet of acoustics forever. My oldest a... read more [+]coustic is an Ovation Legend purchased in 1971. My second oldest acoustic is a Jumbo style, rosewood S/B, spruce top, mahog neck, rosewood fret board, and my three newest additions built by Abe Wechter's company all have Dampit Humidifiers. Humidity is vital to keeping the wood moist, and moisture allows the full sound of the instrument to resonate properly. The proper moisture also extends the life a guitar, helps keep the wood strong, and most importantly, keeps the finish from cracking over time. I personally use highly filtered tap water so there is no chlorine, particles, chemicals, or any contaminants to even remotely damage my instruments. Any filtered water would do, and you don't have to use filtered, but it's a good idea if your goal is proper guitar maintenance. Everyone of my instruments, including a 1964 Harmony Meteor Jazz Guitar (when Harmony was owned by Gibson) are in MINT condition. Cleaning the instrument with proper guitar formulated polish (never use wax), apply fret oil to the fret board to clean it, and keep the frets in order, but most importantly keeping the wood humidified. That is the secret to keeping your guitar in Like New Condition for years and years. close [-]
January 21, 2013
Music Background: Berklee College of Music Alumni
by Daniel from Tucson, AZGranted, I live in the desert of Arizona, but my dampit lasts about a day, MAYBE two before I have to re-wet it. Forget about the "built-in hygrometer," it's a useless piece of paper that never did an... read more [+]ything. The idea of the soundhole cover is great in theory, but it does mar the guitar's finish over time. I only use it on my campfire guitar. I guess if I didn't, the dampit would probably dry out in a matter of hours. I should mention that all my guitars are in cases at all times if not played. Also, my dampit became messy and sticky on the top end, so i had to wrap some tape around the area. Overall, I think it's a good idea but they should design one that is much bigger and use materials that don't become messy and sticky. close [-]
June 8, 2012
Music Background: Intermediate hobby guitar player
Jordan, Marquette, MI