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D’Addario Two-Way Humidification System
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- Automatically protects your instrument against warping, cracks and other damage cause by lack of humidification
- The first two-way humidity control that maintains a constant 45%-50% relative humidity level within your instruments case
- No more manual adjustments based on seasonal temperature changes or geographic locations
- Eliminates the guesswork and anxiety of maintaining your instrument’s proper humidity level
- Lean more and view FAQ's at PlanetWaves.com
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D'Addario Humidipak System
The D'Addario Humidipak System is the only maintenance free, two-way humidity system for guitar. By adding or removing moisture on demand the Humidification Control System automatically maintains the optimal 45-50% relative humidity level within an instrument case. The technology behind this product eliminates humidity concerns regarding seasonal changes, geographic location, temperature, or other factors without any guesswork or mess from refilling the humidifier.
- Automatically protects your instrument against warping, cracks and other damage cause by lack of humidification.
- The first two-way humidity control that maintains a constant 45%-50% relative humidity level within your instruments case.
Common symptoms of a dry instrument include, sharp fret ends, neck bow (slight curve in guitar neck bringing the fretboard away from the strings), a sunken top, lower string height, buzzing notes, cracking of the neck and/or guitar body as well as a changes in the instruments tone.
D'Addario Humidipak System replacement packets are sold in pairs of 3 (PW-HPRP-03) and 12 (PW-HPRP-12).
On average, the packets will last 2-4 months depending on the geographic location and the conditions of which the instrument is exposed to.
No more dripping sponges or manual adjustments due to seasonal changes, geographic locations, temperature, or other factors. Unlike all refillable humidifiers, this humidification system provides true 'two-way' humidity control by releasing or absorbing purified water vapor to maintain a constant 45%-50% RH within a sealed environment (your instrument case) — the ideal climate for wooden instruments.
Does my guitar need to be humidified?
Yes! It is essential to humidify all wooden instruments. In fact, lack of humidity is the number one cause of all instrument repairs.
The Planet Waves Humidipak Kit lets you maintain a constant 45% humidity level for your instrument, giving you peace of mind and an easy-to-use system. The Humidipak Kit sports a true "2-way" humidity control, keeping a steady percentage by adding or depleting moisture as necessary. Now you can keep your prized instrument stored without having to resort to messy, refillable units. Protect your investment with the Planet Waves Humidipak Kit!
From the Manufacturer
The Planet Waves Humidipak is the only maintenance free, two-way humidity control system for guitar. It automatically maintains the optimal 45-50% relative humidity level within your instrument case, eliminating the guesswork and potential mess related to refilling a humidifier. Unlike refillable humidifiers, the Humidipak system provides true “two-way” purified humidity control by adding and removing moisture on demand. No more manual adjustments based on seasonal changes, geographic locations, temperature, or other factors. The Humidipak Kit comes with 3 Humidipaks and a soft mesh pouch that will not harm your instrument's finish. Humidipaks last between 2 and 6 months and should always be kept in a sealed environment like a hard-shell case. Once the Humidipaks become firm, discard and replace using the 3 refills that come in the Planet Waves Humidipak Replacement Pack (PW-HPRP-03).
Planet Waves, part of the D'Addario family of brands, is known for innovative, problem-solving, quality musical accessories. Planet Waves offers a complete line of award-winning accessories including cables, picks, tuners, capos, straps, humidifiers, maintenance tools and more.
Top customer reviews
Here's a tip for easier use: I was having a little trouble using the double pack in the sound hole of my guitar. The black sleeve was catching on the strings, making it difficult to remove. I discovered that if you hang the double pouch "backwards" in the sound hole (still hanging down, but the D'Addario logo should be facing the strings, instead of being visible) then it removes without snagging. (See picture). A minor detail, but I was getting frustrated until I started doing it this way.
UPDATE- I might have been a little quick to judge, for that I apologize. 7 days later, I have a headstock packet that is almost solid, and sound hole packets that are like jelly. HOWEVER, I bought 2 sets for 2 guitars, the Seagull packets are still watery like new, the Taylor packs are starting to solidify. 2 guitars, kept in the same house, yet different RH levels, what could it be? I have a theory. My Seagull is kept in a TRIC case, my TAYLOR is in the factory case from TAYLOR. I wonder about air penetration. I also have Taylor mini hygrometers in each case. So, I have decided to try the regeneration method suggested by one poster, if it works or not I'll post it, can't hurt. I also ordered a replacement package for s***'s and grins, I'll want to have it either way.
It worked!!! I put a solid humidipack in a large tupperware bowl, placed a smaller tupperware cup sized container in the center, placed a 1/4 of water into the small cup, placed the humidipack between the large and small bowls put the lid on the big container ONLY, let it sit for 2 days and VOILA the humidipack was back to normal, then I replaced it in the cloth sock and replaced it into my guitar case. I opened my mind and it worked, hope this helps. Its a fun science experiment.
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I have both a Martin DM15 and a Martin SapDJRE which i keep these in the cases.Read more