#1
Does anyone know if electric guitar strings will work on an acoustic? I ask this because I know its easier to bend strings on electric than on an acoustic, and i wanted my acoustic to have higher bends. ok thank you.
#2
It's to do with string gauge. Rather than explaining it here, just do a google on it, because there's countless threads like this.

However, you can. I've done so myself.
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#3
You can. I wouldn't. They're made of a different material and wouldn't sound as full. Your fingers would get used to the heavier strings. They even make .11 and maybe even .10 acoustic strings.
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#4
Yeah just get smaller acoustic strings. Electric strings make an acoustic guitar sound kind of lifeless
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#5
I've "electrified" an inexpansive acoustic guitar by putting mics and the electric guitar string works perfectly. I got a great sound!