Supperconductor wrote: ...
Naturally, I had thought of that. But the set I had was capped with that red plastic material at both ends. Neither end would go through the holes in the bridge.
That's really an issue with them. I use them for an old German Lute guitar which has a bridge with end pins and here it works perfectly.
The feeling is really odd but tonewise I really like them. Significantly more harmonics than Nylons, a very nice G string - no tubby at all, very good modulation capability, more flexible and thus responsive and a nice tonal weight. I never tried them on a CG but from what they did to my German Lute guitar, they might be a very nice alternative to Carbon ... provided you can accept scratchy strings for the trebles as well ... and of course they suit your bridge!