I'm sorry, I know it's not a luthier question, per se, but I was hoping I could get some good opinions with good signal/noise ratio in this forum. Also, I did a perfunctory search without luck... feel free to show me your search skills are better than mine. Anyway, a situation I've run into a number of times: Outdoor gig, hot and humid. Your bass has been sitting in an air conditioned car/room and when you take it out it sweats and/or gathers condensation, seemingly by the gallon. Not really, but the bass gets disconcertingly damp. Doubt it's good for the bass and it's not good for playing... but... the alternative would be to leave your bass outside of the airconditioning... in a black case on a 90F degree day. That seems like a bad idea, too. Assume that it's just not practical to try to "transition" the instrument from cool to warm... of these two seemingly unpleasant alternatives, which one is preferable, in terms of being kind to the fine wood in one's bass? thanks!