Hello everybody, I've written before about how I got a "beater" plywood upright online for cheap, and I was expecting it to either collapse or sound like a piece of cardboard, but it didn't do any of those things! It does what I need it to do, which has mostly been playing folk/bluegrass gigs, taking upright lessons, and making loops or samples for hiphop-type stuff. I did use it on quite a few acoustic jazz gigs (think Django) but it doesn't have the right sound, or at least not the sound that I want, which is Ron Carter's sound I'm moving it over to a friend's house for the next few weeks so we can record some things. I live in Pennsylvania, and it's a real dry winter. My place is humid because I live in an old building with radiator heat, but his place is a lot more dry. The body is 100% plywood, but should I be worried about the humidity? I have a dampit but I've heard bad things about them. Does anyone have any tips? tl;dr What effect does humidity have on a cheap plywood bass?