Do the top 3 nylon strings on a nylon guitar age and need changing like the steel ones do? I'm thinking of buying Elixir coated for the metal ones because can't find coated ones in a nylon set.
Is there a steel (Elixir) coated set the same size as the sera nylon bottom strings?
I just inherited a nylon guitar and hate changing strings.
OooooK. This is driving me batshit crazy. Trying to order Ernie Ball strings from Amazon. Apparently you have to know a secret code, i.e. 3223 I finally figured out is Super Slinky. Now, where in the whole wide world of Amazon do I tell them what size I want??? On every pack they list every size. The only ones that tell you in the actual add are 9s. WTF???
I am reading forum to learn guitar but maximum forums asked buy ukulele before start guitar. then understand a little about uke and guitar but what is the compare about guitar and ukulele?
what is best for starter. I have read lots of article. but what about this article to follow to buy new ukulele. this is ukulele buying guide
For guitar does any one recommend me a brand or model or for ukulele?
I had the same acoustic guitar for 3 years now, and all the time I found it very hard to press tabs, and even harder to press chords, the strings always were stiff and hard, I had to make an extreme effort to press all six strings with one finger.
Because of this I wasn't really able to improve my guitar playing skills too much, I'm still stuck at playing simple songs and can't move on. Now by hard I'm not talking about sore fingers, my fingers grew a thick skin and don't feel the pain anymore, the problem is the strings.
And yes, I changed the strings a few times, last time I changed was couple of months ago, I got golden metal strings for acoustic, they felt better, and my guitar sounded more clean, but it still wasn't good enough, I just can't seem to play a single chord without having one string accidentally muted.
Please tell me what's the problem, is it the strings? is it my fingers? or is it the guitar?
Thanks for helping.
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