#2
Yeah of course you can, but they might be a bit hard on the frets.
Sound cool though.

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#3
as long as it's not a classical guitar you're using, then yes you can.
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#4
Yes. Yes it is.

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#6
If the frets aren't made of steel then what are they made of? If they're anything softer than steel then you're going to destroy them relatively quickly.
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#7
I'm guessing by the saying "not steel" that you are referring to something other than standard nickel/silver frets, correct?

If you're talking about nylon, bamboo, or gut string frets on a Sehtar or something, then no. You can't use steel guitar strings as a substitute. What is the instrument?
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