#1
Can I put them on my acoustic(and have them work)?
It's not a classical style guitar and I have no idea.

*edit* if this belongs in the acoustic section, then meh. But if you could answer my question regardless it would be nice.
Last edited by aeginotu at Jul 31, 2006,
#3
Yes, you can. You just need to get ones with ball-ends on them. I've done it and it works fine.
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#4
I sure wouldn't say it works fine.. but yes, you can do so.
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#5
I don't think you could. Nylon strings are made to put less tension on the classical guitar's neck, which has no truss rod. Putting then on a steel string acoustic would probably mess up your neck.

You could if you wanted to, but it wouldn't be good for your guitar.