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D'Addario Folk Nylon Classical
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D'Addario Folk Nylon Classical

Guitar String from D'Addario .

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" Nylon string acoustic guitar that is possible, but especially"

D'Addario Folk Nylon ClassicalPublished on 01/08/13 at 07:48
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TECHNICAL / / Strings with nylon ball to easily install a steel guitar folk ...
You obviously do not get the sound or the quality or the playability of a guitar nylon. But if you have an old acoustic guitar in the corner, you get a hybrid exotic. Voltage is lower than steel strings light so be careful to adjust your grip (I somewhat relaxed my tross rod). The strings pass just-just in my nut slots without modification. Not guarantee the sustainability of this solution. We'll see how the race is going to accept this change in voltage (not provided at the base, so your own risk). The bass strings have a thread "Wound flat" and treble are black nylon. So in addition to agree, it surprises......
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TECHNICAL / / Strings with nylon ball to easily install a steel guitar folk ...
You obviously do not get the sound or the quality or the playability of a guitar nylon. But if you have an old acoustic guitar in the corner, you get a hybrid exotic. Voltage is lower than steel strings light so be careful to adjust your grip (I somewhat relaxed my tross rod). The strings pass just-just in my nut slots without modification. Not guarantee the sustainability of this solution. We'll see how the race is going to accept this change in voltage (not provided at the base, so your own risk). The bass strings have a thread "Wound flat" and treble are black nylon. So in addition to agree, it surprises a folk ...

HYBRID ORIGINAL SOUND / / Since the shallow draft, you will not have the same projection with your sound steel strings, but given the amount of cash that may be greater closer to a classical nylon (I have not done comparative). Question tone color, it is in the hybrid ... you between folk and classical ... with the advantages and disadvantages of both ... difficult to compare. We enjoyed it or hate it.

MY OPINION / / From my side I've discovered a new instrument that I look great, the softness of nylon for both fingers (plus a light pull) for the sound rounder than steel, but with more sparkly / slamming a folk and the playability of a narrow neck. So do not be a / e musician / perfectionist and does not take itself too seriously, just have fun with an "other" guitar playability and sound extraordinary. It is rather in the intimate DIY alternative ;-)
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  • Manufacturer: D'Addario
  • Model: Folk Nylon Classical
  • Category: Guitar Strings
  • Added in our database on: 08/02/2012

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Other names: ej32, ej32, ej33, ej34

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