How do you replace guitar strings?
As you pull off one string, replace it immediately with another, so you don't get confused. The 1st string is the high E or thin string at the bottom. Go in order 1,2,3,4,5,6. When winding the string make sure on the high strings you go under on the first turn so the rest of the string clamps down. If you do enough turns however, this may not be necessary. Just make sure the string is tight.
If you try replacing the strings by using original nylon stings,you will not be able to,because it does not have a ball at the end of the strings, therefore it will not stay in position. There are nylon strings which are made with a ball end,you can use these strings on an acoustic guitar. If you can get them fitted, there should not be a problem. There will be a difference in sound. And be…
yes it does you really need to have the right strings for your guitar depending on what type it is If you own an acoustic guitar, you need "acoustic guitar strings". If you own a classical guitar, you need "classical guitar strings" or "nylon strings". An electric guitar needs "electric guitar strings". And a bass guitar needs "bass guitar strings".
If you play daily withour wiping down your strings when you are through? Change your strings once a week. If you consistantly wipe off your strings between use/ songs, then once a month should be enough. What type of strings/guitar are you using? Classical/ nylon strings need changing much less often than steel strings do.
no. first of all a bass guitar has 4 strings and a guitar has 6 strings second, u couldn't tune the guitar open notes a whole octave down to create the bass notes as the strings would be too loose. although you can play bass songs on a guitar but it wouldn't be as deep a bass. Actually you can. depending on the kind of way your guitar is built you can remove your guitar…
Guitar strings sound diffrent simply because of the diffrent manufacturers manufacturing different guitar strings. An experienced guitar player knows the manufacturers ID (which is usually written on the guitar string package) and only buys guitar strings from that specific manufacturer. Of course there are other factors explaining how diffrent guitar string manufactuers make their guitar strings, but that starts getting to complicated.