If you are in the Islands, the change in humidity over the course of the year is not that great..it may be 90% now but that is likely outside no?.... but even in the midst of the dry season its not dry... 40-50% mebbe?..so you may only see a swing in humidity of 40%, and swing in temperature of only 10F
here in the sunny NE continental USA humidity indoors ranges from 10% in winter to 70% in summer, and indoor temps will vary by 40F
and rosewood is not a problem here .. hope this helps.
Originally Posted by Zakmusic
Do you guys think a rosewood finger board is easier to bend during humid weather than maple?
Humidity here is often around 90% this time of the year. If maple is more resistant to humidity change i might favor it in future purchase