I may (hopefully) have a cross-Canada move coming up, and I'll have my eight (6 electric, 2 acoustic) guitars to bring along. This wouldn't be much of a concern in warmer seasons, but it's likely that the move will be happening in late November or early December, meaning that the guitars will be exposed to a lot of cold temperatures in the back of a moving truck, potentially for upwards of 4-5 days. Needless to say, it won't be good for the guitars, and I'm trying to evaluate my options for how to minimize the risk of damage. They could be brought into motels each night, but that would mean a lot of rapid temperature fluctuations.
Do any of you have experience with this sort of thing? I know that the ideal would be keeping them in a heated van, but that's not likely to be an option.
You have to buy winter clothes for your guitars.