Prolix Music Vertigo – Registration

Your 3 Year Warranty Registration

Congratulations on your purchase of the Vertigo. We stand behind the quality of our product, and believe it should last you a lifetime. Activating your warranty is easy. Simply fill in the required fields (vendor, invoice number, and date), add the warranty to your cart, and then complete the registration. Once complete, you will find a record of your warranty registration in your “My Account” page, along with any other purchases you have made.

Restrictions: Neither the hydration station or drying cloth are covered by the warranty. Should these be damaged on receipt, simply return the damaged item using our returns page and we will send you a replacement free of charge.

Note: You cannot complete this registration without a prior product purchase.

All customers: If you have made a purchase from any of our resellers (Amazon/eBay/etc) you only need to register once with the single invoice number. Our CRM system records the number of items purchased which your lifetime guarantee covers.

As many customers already have, if you made multiple purchases on different dates – you do not need to re-register for each new purchase either.


Register your FREE Warranty here

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This will take you to the checkout page where you can complete your registration


How to Remove from Sound Hole

Leak Free Drop Test Full Video

Various Humidifier reviews Full Video

Combine with humidifier packs for easy maintenance.
Combine with humidifier packs for easy maintenance.
Paul D.
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Reviewed in the United States on July 11, 2021 Size: 3 Pack Verified Purchase

Perfect to combine with the Diodarrio humidifier packs. Those packs maintain the right humidity and these will actually rehumidify those packets. I live in Denver which is a high desert, so it gets really dry here. Combining those two has allowed me to easily maintain my acoustic guitar.
Works great. 💯
Works great. 💯
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Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2021 Size: 1 Pack Verified Purchase

Have a backup, all wood guitar. I had put in case, and had not touched in months. Pulled it out, and 1st and 2nd sting were fretting out at 11th fret on up. Filled up product, and put in guitar, and guitar back in case. After 4 days, no more fretting out. Plays like the when I bought it. 😁
It really works and so simple
It really works and so simple
Michael Teach
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Reviewed in the United States on July 5, 2021 Color: Black/Blue Verified Purchase

It was exactly as advertised. It was flawless. To this day, I haven't the faintest idea how is works, but I do know that it definitely Works.
As advertised
As advertised
Rhodey Mark
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Reviewed in the United States on December 24, 2020 Color: Red/Black Verified Purchase

Just refilled it after three weeks, and it appears to be exactly as claimed. Left in the soundhole of a guitar that stays out in the heated air, and the guitar seems happy with the process. I was concerned about the Fishman wiring and it sitting near the output jack but it looks like it coexists peacefully with the electronics. I would put this in the case vs soundhole for an enclosed instrument, but if it is a daily player drop it in and forget it for a couple weeks.
Coming back from the crack
Seeing is believing
Zen & the Art of Humidity
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Moisture Content. Using your guitar as a hygrometer

Only humidify when your guitar needs it. Not all the time. Too much moisture can be equally damaging.

Only humidify when you need to

Drop in the humidifier when the action gets too low, and remove it when that sweet action returns.

If you keep your guitar in a case, monitor the humidity inside the sound hole. When it drops below 45% RH you will know it is time to humidify, and when it exceeds 55% RH you will know it’s time to stop.

Finally, don’t be fooled by the outdoor humidity. Relative Humidity is temperature dependent. As such, heated indoor air is often much drier than the air outside.

Feel the Action

In severe cases you can see a dry or swollen guitar just by looking at the profile. But long before you see it, you will feel it when you play.

Too much Moisture Content will cause the bridge to lift, resulting in high action making it much harder to play, while too little, will cause the bridge to sink, lowering the action and causing fret buzz.

The sound of the guitar is also another little tell-tale sign, albeit less obvious. A guitar with the right moisture content will have a fuller sound than one that is overly dry.


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