#1
If I only have it tuned to things like csus2 (CGCGCD) and open G (DGDGBD)? It is an old piece of shit anyway, so I won't care greatly if it's wrecked.
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#2
The strings are Ernie Ball Phosphor Studio Bronze (2148) 11-52's btw.
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#3
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#5
Well I put the low string on and it doesn't seem tight at all. C is two steps below standard FFS.
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#6
Quote by Survivalism
Only if you want to rip the bridge out and probably damage the neck.


Keep in mind I have dropped this about 20 times and it's damaged as hell ie. half the back ripped off.
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#7
No, its way to taught, i mean, if the string snaps you could loose a finger.
#8
Quote by CraigKing
No, its way to taught, i mean, if the string snaps you could loose a finger.


But the C feels looser than the nylons that are on...
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#9
You asked a question, and now your disaggreeing with the answers. Why'd you bother asking?

And if you don't care if it gets wrecked, just chuck em on and see what happens...
#11
you can put it on a classical guitar, but you won't be able to tune it to standard

but why would you ever want to put steel strings on a classical guitar? just buy a western or something
#12
Ok what I am finding is that if I tune the lowest string, everything goes out of tune, but if I leave it the rest of the guitar stays in tune. Obviously something to do with the neck, but I don't really care if it's warped. What can I do to make the whole guitar stay in csus2?
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#13
if you must use steel strings, maybe just try a lighter gauge
#14
Quote by zapparage
Ok what I am finding is that if I tune the lowest string, everything goes out of tune, but if I leave it the rest of the guitar stays in tune. Obviously something to do with the neck, but I don't really care if it's warped. What can I do to make the whole guitar stay in csus2?


That would be the neck not having anything to keep it straight against the force of the strings so you're actually warping the neck slightly when you tune it.

If you don't care what happens to the guitar then do whatever the hell you like but if you actually want to keep your guitar in one functioning piece then only string it with nylons.
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