I have a Baden A-Series Spruce and Rosewood (ALL SOLID WOODS) and recently the church that I am on staff at notched our heating up, and the guitar has been living on my wall in my office. I pulled the guitar down today and noticed cracks in the center seem, along the bass side of the neck near the rosette, and a small crack on the center seem in the back. It is also experiencing the "corduroy effect" If I didn't know better, I would have thought this guitar took a fall. Very disappointed in our heating situation and my lack of foresight to humidify the guitar. I have two others that are in a colder environment, but experiences far less heat so they're not nearly as dried out. I know that re-humidifying this guitar will help a lot, although it will never be "right" again. What would you do? What are my options?