#1
I'm trying to learn some pink floyd solos but i dont have electric guitar (poor me). Is it bad to bend strings that much on an acoustic? I feel like I might snap a string or two if I keep bending those strings...
#3
If you're going that route, I'd possibly try some lighter gauge strings. Bending will prolly be a little easier, but so will string breakage. Maybe.
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#4
nvm I think i might as well go buy an electric guitar cuz my acoustic "cut off" at fret 12 and those pink floyd songs go up to fret 22....
#5
Are you still new to bending? If you are, don't worry the strings aren't going to break that easily. I felt the same way when I first started. Bending on an acoustic is harder than on an electric since the strings are thicker. You could get lighter strings (extra extra light) to make things easier. If you learn to do bend on an acoustic though you'll have crazy finger strength, and it'll feel like nothing bending on electric.
#6
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nvm I think i might as well go buy an electric guitar cuz my acoustic "cut off" at fret 12 and those pink floyd songs go up to fret 22....

Not to mention the acoustic only goes up to about 19!
#7
I never broke a string while bending on my acoustic, but I did tear a chunk out of the saddle...
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