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,
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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I sure wouldn't say it works fine.. but yes, you can do so.
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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.