#1
I have a classic guitar and I would like to know what strings I could buy to make my guitar sound brighter. I looked at black diamonds but I dont know if they are any good. Please help. Thanks.
#3
classic or classical? you can't use steel strings on a classical guitar without damaging it and making it sound bad.
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classic or classical? you can't use steel strings on a classical guitar without damaging it and making it sound bad.

I read 'classic guitar' and assumed he meant nylon strung.

If it's steel strung, you can't go wrong with Martin - I wouldn't use anything else on my acoustics. I don't know if they make nylon strings though, I've never owned a guitar which uses them.
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Ernie Ball Earthwood string are the brightest I have ever played. It turned my cheap fender acoustic into a really nice sounding guitar.
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If it's classical, try La Bella strings. I use them on my Alhambra, sounds magnificent. They're bright enough for lots of clarity, but still sound huge.
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Go look at the sticky" The acoustic & classical guitar masters information" Bill43 has a thread there
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