I just got one of these earlier this week. We've hit a cold snap, and my guitar developed a funny buzz that I haven't heard since those Minnesota winters back in college. The five minute walk from my dorm to the music hall was brutal on my guitar at ten below zero (Farenheit).GEO wrote:There is a humidifier in the form of a disk that completely covers the sound hole. It's the Kyser Lifeguard model.
This time around, since I keep the guitar inside and away from exterior walls, I figured dry air was the culprit. I thought a humidifier might solve the problem, but it hasn't. 15 minutes of playing always seems to resolve the issue, though.
Anyway, the Lifeguard does seal of the soundhole pretty thoroughly. Hopefully, I get some good guitar karma for making the effort.