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Pianos are quite robust and durable, be glad you don't play the harp... I often have to deal with a grand piano that is placed in a church. Unheated in winter, the sun beats down in summer, and when 800 people come into the room for an event, the temperature and humidity change very quickly and very drastically. For protection, it has a thick cover made of ...


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After a visit at the piano store, I had the chance to ask some questions directly to a technician. Most of the stuffs he said were already adressed, but here's some specific about sun light and moon light: Sun light: When a part of the piano is exposed to the sun, not only will it affect the finish, but that side of the piano will also go out of tune too (...


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Yes, but only after it's had a thorough drying out. What wall is the water seeping through? And a room like that is not the place to put the case, with/out guitar! Under a bed could work, or put the whole lot in a sealed plastic sack if it must go into that room.


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No risk, but you won't hear yourself so clearly. If you care about tone, get and away so you can hear what's coming out of the amp as the audience will.


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Its perfectly okay to sit on your amp, as long as your not hitting your knobs or damaging your lead coming out of it, but otherwise its fine! I sit on mine all the time for busking. I have a Roland bass micro cube RX and turn it on its side so that there is a bigger surface and i dont hit any knobs or leads.


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