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RE: still goin clean

I think the under-carrier baggage areas temperatures are temperature
controlled. Have you heard differently? I mean people put liquids in
their baggage all of the time...shampoo, etc...I've never had a frozen
item out of my baggage, even after a 14 hour trip from West US to Italy.
This is a main concern too...a nice wood finish being exposed to sub-0
degrees is frightening, even if for only 1 1/2 hours.   I may try to
bring the guitar on board and sweet talk the stewardess into putting it
somewhere....there must be some place.  On my business drop to the Bay
area last week, I saw a cello player walk off the same small plane with
his instrument in a hard case. I was wondering wher he had it, or if he
had purchased a seat for it.

Or I could ship the guitar to someone in Santa Cruz...last resort.
Better yet...get a Steinberger!  :)  It must be nice to be Kid Beyond.


-----Original Message-----
From: Travis Hartnett [mailto:travishartnett@gmail.com] 
Sent: Thursday, September 29, 2005 9:12 PM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re: still goin clean

It's not the air pressure to worry about, but the handlers and the cold,
in that order.


On 9/29/05, Kris Hartung <khartung@cableone.net> wrote:
> -----Original Message-----

> I hear you! I'm checking in my 5 space rack with the rest of my 
> baggage, and hope it doesn't go over the 60 pound limit. I hope to 
> check in my rack and a large suitcase with my wires and controllers, 
> and a few clothes, and then walk on the plane with my two laptops and 
> guitar. The flight from Boise to San Jose is short and on a small 
> plane with no closets, so I think I will have to put my acoustic 
> guitar on the a la carte and have it stored under the plane. I don't 
> know what else to do. The overhead compartments in the plane are too 
> small for my electric, otherwise I would bring it. No closets, no 
> overheads...leads to only checking my guitar in...but I'm sure it is 
> pressurized where they store the a la carte bags.
> Kris