Most good classical guitars will have no problem with medium/hard tension strings.TeeCat wrote:Hav and all...
I noticed that the Hannabach Goldins are rated as medium/hard. Is it safe to use them on most classical guitars, and will there be a vastly increased left hand pressure required for them? I was wanting to try them.
***my RH control is much better with the HT strings and the sound is so much nicer... it is almost enough to compensate for the fatigue and almost impossibility of playing certain pieces with the HT treble strings (basses not as much a problem so I use HT almost all the time with the basses).Paul Penney wrote:I prefer hard myself. They allow me to have more control over what im doing.
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I heard much about how wonderful is the high tention string but will high tention string be bad for the guitar in the following aspect.
1. the bridge of many spanish guitar may be "open up" after long time on high tention.
2. some guitar with thin front panel might change shape due to string pulling tention .ie no longer a flat piece of board.due to the internal bracing is insufficient. (especially on remerez guitar)
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