Guitars are very much like people. If we are comfortable, they are too. Not too hot, not too cold, not too humid, and not too dry.
Clean your guitar regularly. Not only will the strings last longer, but your guitar will look, play, and sound better if it is kept in top condition.
Do not over-polish your guitar. Use only enough polish to remove fingerprints and smudges. If you polish too heavily, a residue will build up and damage your guitar.
Do not use solvents or cleaners with silicone. There are many good guitar polishes in most music stores. Use sparingly and always finish buff with a clean dry cloth.
Exercise your guitar! You can't run a marathon without practice. Play your guitar regularly, it will respond. Guitars do break in and 'find their groove' so to speak.
Your guitar has been built with materials that will allow it to 'age' and improve over time. We've done our part, now you must do yours. Don't neglect her, treat her with love, and if at all possible, visit her at least once a day!
Welcome to the Foggy Mountain family. Watch for future instruments and models that we will add to our list. Most of all enjoy!