I recently purchased a Pramberger JP208 conservatory grand piano. I want to keep it in good condition over the years, but I have received conflicting information regarding the need to control the humidity. As a example, I spoke separately with 2 different employees of a well-respected piano store; one said emphatically that there is no need to humidify the room, the other said I should keep the humidty at 40-45%. I live in the Denver, Colorado area of the US and the climate is very dry here (right now it is 9% humidity). Thoughts or advice? Thanks.
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