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 Oboe cracking in 30° for 2 weeks?
Author: username38574 
Date:   2017-12-21 13:12

I accidentally left my oboe in a locker room that’ll be in the high 50s during the day and 30s at night. I cannot acces it for two weeks. Will it crack? I’ve read that you shouldn’t blow warm air into ever, so as long as I don’t suddenly put in warm air, should I be fine? Would the oboe not crack unless I suddenly blew hot air into it? Will it be fine in the meantime? Thanks!

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