#1
Is there much difference? Sorry if this is a noobish question, I was just wondering.

OH, and I do of course mean a 6 string classical, not a 12 string
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#3
This has been asked many times before. Try using the search function.
#4
Quote by tom183
This has been asked many times before. Try using the search function.

That has also been used many times before. Try saying something inventive.
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Quote by JAHellraiser
That has also been used many times before. Try saying something inventive.



Did you use it though?


Main differences are the string material, the tension they have, the volume, the tone, the shape (even concert and auditorium size steel strings aren't exactly the same as classicals) the size (in most cases), the fact that most classicals join the neck at the 12th fret and steels at the 14th (there are exceptions, I have a 12 fret steel string I recently purchased) and the width of the fretboard. It's a good bit wider than steel strings. That's about it.


They're like horses and zebra, same family but completely different species.