#1
sup everyone?! I was wondering if anyone had any acoustic guitar strings that are easier on their hands and make bending easier as well. or any suggestion on more comfortable acoustic guitars. thanks
#2
Easier/more comfortable than what?
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#3
I have a Johnson acoustic guitar that ive been playing, and i know there has to be a more comfortable acoustic then that
#4
Generally, the thinnest gauge acoustic string sets are from .010 to .047. The .010 high E strings are not too difficult to bend. These are marketed are "extra light", and are widely available.

These are an excellent choice: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/daddario-exp15-coated-phosphor-bronze-extra-light-acoustic-guitar-strings/104338000000000

There are 2 things to consider:

Many acoustic guitars sound much better with either standard light gauge; .012 to .052, or even medium gauge: .013 to .056.

If you're coming from the electric guitar and using a standard light gauge set, .009 to .042, any acoustic string set is going to seem very hard to bend at the start.

Quote by jmoney21
I have a Johnson acoustic guitar that ive been playing, and i know there has to be a more comfortable acoustic then that
Has the guitar's action been set up properly?
Last edited by Captaincranky at Nov 21, 2011,