Glaesel GL3862 Humidifier - Violin

Item # SA171V
| Mfg # GL3862
| UPC # 641064103216
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Help protect instrument from damage due to excessive dryness. Violin model also works on viola & guitar.
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  • August 27, 2012
  • By: Libby

These are great little humidifiers, and are versatile enough to work for just about any instrument! I've seen clarinet and oboe players using them, too. As long as you make sure to squeeze out all the excess water, there's no risk of water damage to the instrument. Then it's just a matter of keeping an eye on it and making sure it stays moist.

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The Glaesel family story began in 1720 and since then, 48 descendants of the Glaesel family followed the calling to bowed stringed instruments. Glaesel was sold to The Selmer Company, with instruments still meticulously shop adjusted in Cleveland, Ohio.