To make a guitar case humidifier, cut four sections in the sponge, soak it in water and squeeze it out, and put the sponge in a bag. Place the bag inside the guitar case with advice from a musician in this free video on making a guitar case humidifier.
Howdy, I'm Trevor Marty. I'd like to welcome you to my home recording studio today. I've been playing music for 25 years. And today, I want to talk to you about humidifying your guitar. If you live in a desert, if you live in a cold area where there's forced heat, you need to focus on humidifying your guitar. And, I'm going to show you how to build one yourself, in case you're broke. So, what you're going to need is, you're going to need a Ziploc bag. I have a freezer bag here, I like freezer bags. A pair of scissors, and a sponge, not one of those drippy sponges, dripping is bad. And, we're going to take, roll it up, just like that, like I have, and we're going to cut here, and here, and here, and here. We want four rows, so you have four cuts here, here, here, and here. And then, we're going to get the sponge wet, and drain it out, so there's no, squeeze it all out, so there's no water dripping on there. And, it's going to go into the baggy. You could use two sponges too if you want. And, roll it up, open up the case, just shove it right in here, right there. There you go. Well, I'm Trevor Marty, and I'd like to thank you for coming into my home recording studio today, and talking to you a little bit about humidifying your guitar, and homemade humidifiers.