I’ve been working my way through an adult piano method, not that anyone would want to listen. It’s good exercise for my aging hands. It seems complementary to guitar playing in a physical way, without being exactly the same. It’s therapeutic for me on a couple different levels. Only problem is…time spent doing one takes away time doing the other.
Thanks for the replies. Makes good sense. I’m enjoying playing the Gibson (it’s like having an old friend return) and I’m keeping a close eye on it. I do recognize telltale signs of an instrument drying out. I’ve been thinking as I get older that I have too many instruments. When you don’t play them all on a regular basis they’re harder to take care of.