I have a Martin DC 16RGTE with the top sinking in…It's sunken a full 1/8th of an inch in front of the bridge…I can find no loose bracing so far…It's in a dry time of year here in Minnesota…Is it possible lack of humidity could do that ?...
I've used Hesh's method ever since he first described it 'a while back' on this forum . The bottom line: It works.
Not only is it effective, it's comparatively quick compared to 'in case' humidification systems. I agree that they're designed for maintenance, not a 'rescue'.
inside that bag, that's what it's like here in Hawaii all the time !
I mean literally, so my 1924 Martin parlor is a miracle !
nice hesh! its getting dry here in new york too.