Hi TBer's, Got a strange one for you all. I have evaporative cooling in my house and it's been running non stop for the last 2 days; coping a 40C heat wave down under! Picked up my bass yesterday and noticed the strings were really "dead" sounding like they haven't been changed in over 6 months. Strings are d'addario EXL and are roughly 2 months old. I've heard of heat & humidity effecting the neck but could moisture in the air have pre-maturely killed my strings? Thanks in advance.