Mine stay in stands except during the Minnesota winters, when the ambient humidity levels are too low in the house (with the extreme cold of Minnesota, keeping humidity levels above 45% would cause condensation on windows and possibly cause structural damage to the house.) Then they are kept in their cases with humidification devices when they’re not being played.
Hi Mike. We all want to have our guitars on stands and easy to reach and not in cases that put us off playing, but have you really read all the previous posts?
Several off them have stressed the importance of humidification.
I live in Scotland which has a fairly temperate climate. I’m fortunate that I do not have to worry about extremes of temperature/climate.
I think however it’s important that you are aware of the humidity levels where you live. Not much point in having your pride and joy easy to reach and play if it dries out and splits or gets damp and swells.
I’m aware that in dry conditions the tuning of my guitars goes flat and if it’s damp they swell and go sharp.