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 Can I string an acoustic guitar with electric guitar strings?

Answer Guitar strings are not interchangeable. Strings come in three basic forms: classical, steel, and 12 string sets. Choosing the wrong type of strings can produce too much tension and damage your guit... Read More »
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What guitar strings should I buy?

Go online and search those guitars on site, and view details about strings, for electric Nickel plated round wound, for acoustic Bronze round wound, the numbers may be unique to match bridge and nu... Read More »
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Of what materials are guitar strings made?

Guitar string technology and materials have changed drastically in the last 100 years, but the materials used are not as extensive and wide-ranging as one would imagine. Manufacturing techniques an... Read More »
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What are acoustic guitar strings made of?

There are two types of acoustic guitar strings: steel and nylon. Steel strings sets use plain steel wire for the high strings, and steel wire wrapped with bronze alloy for low strings. Nylon string... Read More »
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What size strings are used for a mira guitar?

Paul Reed Smith Mira guitars come outfitted with 0.10-gauge strings, according to "Modern Guitars Magazine," which reviewed the Mira in September of 2008. Players can switch to a lighter or heavier... Read More »
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