#1
hey. i have a yamaha F310-BP acoustic guitar which has brass strings and i was wondering if changing them to steel strings would have any negative affects on the sound of the guitar which at the moment i really like. any help would be appreciated thanks.
#2
It might. Steel strings tend to sound a bit thin on acoustic guitars. There is no harm in trying though.
#3
My Taylor T-5 has steel strings on it - came that way from Taylor. Sounds great.
#4
'i like the sound of my guitar at the moment, should i change it?"
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Acid has been causing problems on this thread for a while. He just likes attention because he never got/gets enough from his parents or something.
#5
Try if you want to know what the steel ones would sound like. Get the same gauge as the brass ones so you'll know the difference better, although I bet both have different tension ratings probably. Anyhow, experiment with it next time you change your brass strings when they are old enough
#6
phosphorus bronze? nickel wound?

taylors come with elixirs. polywebs i believe.