- Nov 28, 2006
- Los Angeles, Ca
The only way to ameliorate that is to keep your instruments in a temperature and barometrically stable environment. For a little bit of help, heed the words of Tom Petty via the Wilburys - "Store in a cool dry place".My guitars go flat in fall/ winter then go sharp again in spring.
Is there some way to adjust that?
If it's any consolation, ALL instruments suffer from this to some extent, even the one's made out metal. This is why we have the ability to actually 'tune' them.
If anyone's interested in a deep dive on tuning, I highly recommend this book ... https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1542369.Horns_Strings_and_Harmony
*The chapters on the development of the modern piano are worth the price of admission alone.