Is it safe to leave a solid body guitar in the same room as a running air con? ( < for those who have ADHD, now let me elaborate: ) I had a guy tell me how he used to have an acoustic guitar that kept splitting at the middle seam on the body. His repairer told him to stop leaving it in the same room as a running air con because it dries the air rapidly resulting in the wood splitting at the seams. Can't remember if this happened over the course of a few days or one day. Question is, is this something that can happen to a solid body guitar? Has anyone here have this happen to them or someone you know? Typically, solid body guitars are comprised of 2-5 pieces. Not being hollow might prevent splitting. I have seen Les Pauls with the top maple cap coming off due to some type of damage. Could the air con and sudden temp changes also damage/warp the neck? This might be more likely to happen perhaps. As I sit here in the hot weather, I have a three piece body Strat sitting up on the wall as the air con's on in the lounge room. It's very close to the air con, nothing's happened to it yet I just don't want anything happening to it down the line. I'd like to keep at least one guitar in the lounge room, it's just too convenient and makes you want to practice more.