The Dogal Diamante sound full, clear, and because they are carbon/nylon hybrid, no tubby G.Kirkland Gavin wrote: ↑Wed Dec 20, 2017 1:13 amIs it a common practice for classical guitarist's, to use certain strings from different manufacture's or strings from the same. I have thought about string gauges. What type have better sound for treble, and bass strings. I know I like the bass I'm getting but would like a better sound with the treble strings.
As to trebles, I play with carbs myself, so I have no idea which nylons could be darker but you might want to look into a lower tension treble set (or at least the 1st string). Maybe some D'Addarios, EJ45?
Are the strings actually touching the frets? At what fret does it start, and how much saddle do you have above the Bridge? If you can, post some pictures of it.Kirkland Gavin wrote: ↑Tue Dec 26, 2017 5:50 pmthank you for the insight on strings cool. I bought both EJ45 and EJ46 to check both out of course diff gauges. I'm playing a La Patrie collection and it sounds ok I will have to upgrade but for now it works. I also need to find someone who is good at adjusting the neck as at higher frets are touching the frets some.
Thank you I will try some of the string sets mentioned. this is an awesome music sight there are a lot of musicians here for the love of music.