This travel tip comes to us from digitalmusicnews.com, which got it from Ari Herstand, a musician, actor and blogger who advises musicians.
It's a handy tip about flying with your guitar, violin or other expensive instrument.
Basically, the next time an airline asks you to check your guitar, tell the counter agent or guard about the 145-page FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012, section 41724, which was signed into law by President Obama last year.
You can find a partial copy of pages 74 and 75 below, courtesy of digitalmusicnews.com. You might want to print it out before a flight:
For the rest of this document (and story), visit digitalmusicnews.com.
For more guitar travel tips, check out Buzz Campbell's "A Jedi's Guide to Traveling by Air with Your Guitar."