Planet Waves Hygrometer - Humidity and Temperature Sensor

Hygrometer and Temperature Sensor with Digital Clock and Calendar
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Keep Your Acoustic Playing and Sounding its Best

Proper humidity levels can not only make your guitar sound its best, but also prolong the life of your instrument. This Planet Waves Humidity and Temperature Sensor features an accurate digital temperature indicator in Fahrenheit (-32 degrees F to 122 degrees F) or Centigrade (-35 degrees C to 50 degrees C). There's also an accurate relative humidity indicator (20% to 99%, under 20% displays the word "Lo"), that will indicate when you need to use a Planet Waves instrument humidifier to raise humidity level in your instrument case. High and low temperature memory indicates the highest and lowest temperature and humidity conditions your instrument has been exposed to since the last reset. The Planet Waves Humidity and Temperature Sensor is a great way to monitor the humidity health of your acoustic instrument.

D'Addario Hygrometer Features:
  • Accurately displays temperature and humidity levels
  • Memory feature indicates recent high and low levels
  • Built-in relative humidity indicator
  • Built in clock and calendar
The D'Addario hygrometer is a great way to keep any eye on the environment of your acoustic instrument.

Tech Specs

Manufacturer Part Number PW-HTS

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Definitely required for acoustics in dry areas

I'd advise anyone living in a dry area (deserts and/or high altitudes, mainly) to have a hygrometer/thermometer in their arsenal (in the guitar's case, actually). When the humidity gets low, you risk damage to the exposed wood of the guitar, and for acoustics that's pretty much the whole instrument. The neck, top, back & sides can all dry out and begin to crack or separate, and that means either expensive repairs or complete loss of the instrument. I'm happy with my purchase from Sweetwater. Thanks, Phil Schwan (my sales engineer).
Music background: Hobbyist for many years, semi-pro, church musician.
See also: Planet Waves, Planet Waves Guitar Cleaning & Care