1 Gretschadelphia 1 year ago Being it's been quite cold lately (and pretty dry in my house w/ its forced hot air heating) I've been refilling the humidifiers in the cases of my hollowbodies each week (the 6116PTV is a bit bit more thirsty than my thin bodied Casino). Which brings me to this question: what guitars do you find are least effected by weather changes (temp, humidity, etc). Of all my guitars (Gretsch 6116PTV, Epi '61 Casino Reissue, FNG LP copy, Squier CVC Tele and Rickenbacker 620/6) the most impervious to these changes (ie action/feel/set-up stays the same w/o tweaking) is somewhat surprisingly the Rick 620/6. However when you look at the materials and construction of the Rick it really isn't that surprising (neck through construction, maple body and maple neck). If I didn't know better, I would have assumed it would be the Tele.