#1
Did someone try it? strings of the acoustic guitar in a classic guitar. What if i will do it. Does this guitars is really different or no ? What u think?
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#2
Bad idea. No more needs to be said.
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#3
If you put steel acoustic strings on your classical guitar, it will damage it, or at the very least, never stay in tune, due to the lack of truss-rod in a classical guitar.

I hope that answered your question.
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#4
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Honestly, this question has been asked and answered more than any other in this thread. NO, steel strings won't work on a classical guitar.
#5
And.... Classical guitars and steel-string guitars all both "acoustic" guitars. That just means they have no internal electrics.
#6
Just buy some nylon strings it'll sound smoother than steel and you won't risk damage to your instrument. I wish I had a 'classical' guitar. Is that really what they are called? Does the term classical guitar imply nylon strings?