Hey everyone, over the summer I bought my first upright bass, a Shen 150. I love it, and with the coming winter (I live in Massachusetts) I'm worried about what the dry air will do to it. I've been reading around and I know that dry air can wreak havoc on a bass in the worst of conditions, and while I don't expect it to just fall apart I'm still thinking the wood and glue might suffer some damage. I have a humidifier, but I'm also afraid of overdoing it, as I did a couple days ago and found the ceiling above the humidifier dripping when I woke up in the morning. So, after all that exposition, my questions are these: how much damage can be caused by dry air, what are some signs that the wood is getting dry, and what are the best ways you've found to counteract this? Thank you!