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Cambios a Guitar String Replacement Introducción

Editado por Nicholas Mullins

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Introduction
in place. place. For this guide, I will show the process of fitting open-ended nylon strings onto a Yamaha C-40 Classical Acoustic Guitar. [ … ] '''Important Information:''''''Warning''': This guide assumes that the reader has basic knowledge of the parts of the guitar and their function. [ ] ==Important Information== * The strings of the guitar are marked from thickest to thinnest as: low (low) E, A, D, G, B and high (high) E. On * On nylon strings the low E, A, and D strings have "Thick" and "Springy" ends. The thick end of the string usually has a sticker attached to it. it, and the springy end should feel loose. * The thinner strings (G, B and (high) E) do not have thick or springy ends.
in place. place. For this guide, I will show the process of fitting open-ended nylon strings onto a Yamaha C-40 Classical Acoustic Guitar. [ … ] '''Important Information:''''''Warning''': This guide assumes that the reader has basic knowledge of the parts of the guitar and their function. [ ] ==Important Information== * The strings of the guitar are marked from thickest to thinnest as: low (low) E, A, D, G, B and high (high) E. On * On nylon strings the low E, A, and D strings have "Thick" and "Springy" ends. The thick end of the string usually has a sticker attached to it. it, and the springy end should feel loose. * The thinner strings (G, B and (high) E) do not have thick or springy ends.
Summary
the (nylon) strings on your classical acoustic guitar.
the (nylon) strings on your classical acoustic guitar.

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