#1
Hey Pit,
So about a week or so ago, my guitar fell over and broke the high e. I've lived without the e for awhile. But now its kind of annoying me. I have two extra packs of strings for acoustic guitar, and I was wondering if putting acoustic strings on an electric guitar will work? I mean, they're metal strings so I assume that they're gonna be amplified. But will it change the sound of the guitar?


Thanks.


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#4
Do it.

If it doesn't work, it doesn't work.

If it does work, you will get SOOO MUUUUCH POOOOOOON!
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#7
Use Electric Guitar for this question.

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