Howdy all, So, like many, my guitars are subject to rather large temperature and humidity changes throughout the day, and I'm wondering if installing a humidifier (just a relatively decent stand alone one) in the room will make much of a difference? I'm based in Bangkok, in a high rise slap bang in the center of the city. It's hot, mugged, humid and generally horrible. Average temp is around 30c/86f - 35f/95f with a couple of months being closer to 40c/104f, humidity is typically around 70%. I already try to control the temp as much as possible, and keep the guitars in their cases, especially when I have to leave the place for extended periods of time and can't leave the air con running. I also managed to find the coolest part of the apartment to put the case rack. I tend to get min and max readings of 19c/66f - 34c/95f when left out of their cases, and around 17c/62f - 30c/86f when left in their cases all day & night. Most of the time after a nights sleep or day at work not playing, when I get any of them out they'll always be slightly pitched up. I'm guessing that's the neck straightening a bit? Or something moving that's making the strings shorter slightly? It doesn't seem like anything major, doesn't affect playing too much. If I haven't played one of them for a week or so then the odd buzz might develop, seems to work themselves out all the time though. Anyways, short version. Will a humidifier, something like the link below, make any difference on top of trying to control the temp? https://www.amazon.in/Mi-Air-Purifier-2S-White/dp/B07HL8548K (I have Setzer Hotrod, a 5655TG Limited Edition Electromatic, a 2005 Les Paul, a new (ish) Epiphone Les Paul 100th year anniversary, and a Mascis Squire, as well as a cheapo Thai made acoustic) Any idea? Cheers.