I've got a Recording King Dirty 30's parlor that I'm madly in love with. It sounds great (exactly like it's supposed to), it feels great, and it's a pretty handsome guitar to look at. Now, last winter wasn't kind to the guitar...Unfortunately, due to the solid "white wood" (poplar?) top, a 1" long crack developed out of the soundhole. I played and played the guitar to the point where pick scratches started scarring up the top, so I put a stick-on pickguard on, which seemed to cover up the end of the 1" crack. Fast forward to this year though, and despite being kept in a humidified room, the crack has grown to nearly 8"...close to touching the bridge. And, the crack is starting to split into two cracks now. As the title says, is my guitar toast?