It’s a drop-dead gorgeous day on Olde Cape Cod today, one of the few we’ve enjoyed this summer. Low humidity and comfortable temps – my guitars are loving that and I love the way they sound when the humidity is relatively low. Saturated wood = dead sound. It’s always a temporary thing of course; I know full well that in a few short months I’ll be running the humidifier again in my studio so they don’t get dangerously dry. So it goes when you live in a place with typically hot, humid summers and cold, dry winters. I do know this: I sure do play more when my guitars sound up to their potential.