I would venture that full tension during storage poses no risk to the instrument, as it’s designed for that load. In other words, if string tension was going to damage the guitar, it would do so regardless of whether stored or not. An engineer one told me that steel bridges, in the absence of corrosion, would theoretically last forever. This seems relevant to the question of string tension, as materials, whether steel or wood, have their given properties, and a bridge or a guitar can either handle its design load or not.
The time between the notes relates the color to the scenes.