And I don't mean a guitar that has literally been dunked in water, just figuratively. Its been a very humid summer and my brand new gypsy guitar is already experiencing the classic symptoms of a wet guitar, my fault for leaving it on display in %70+ humidity. The back and top are bulging, there is a bulge near the end of the fingerboard due to the expansion of the center block. I've left it in its case for the last 5 days with 2 small silica packets and my own idea, which was to wrap handfuls of rice in cheese cloth and tie it off to make a makeshift dessicant dehumidifier. So two of those and two small silica packets, but i'm not sure how well the rice packets will actually work at absorbing the excess moisture. I'm thinking about just ordering some 10 gram packets of silica gel to throw in there, and a digital hygrometer to make sure I don't go overboard with the drying. Have I missed anything?