Really strange that you should ask that. Just a week ago I put new strings on a Cordoba C7 cedar. I almost fell off the chair. As I said on a different thread, it suddenly sounded like a Ramirez 1A. Well . . .alexistkd wrote:Hi i recently bought my guitar cordoba c7 sounds great, but i would like to change the strings, which one i could buy? im between D'Addario EJ45TT ProArte DynaCore Classical Guitar Strings, Titanium Trebles, Normal Tension and LaBella 2001M Classic Medium Tension ? i would like to know which one are better strings for my cordoba c7 cedar, or if there is any other option i could buy.
thank you very much.
I don't know about a brush "sound." They have a brush "feel," because the process that rectifies them leaves them with a textured finish, not smooth. So that's normal.alexistkd wrote:the rectified trebles, have a like a brush sound when i touch it is that normal ?
I just don't know how bass strings can be "too loud." They can be not loud enough, and there's nothing you can do about it apart from forcing volume and getting an ugly sound. But too loud? The solution is very simple - stroke them more softly. Loud strings and/or a loud guitar gives you full control over your dynamic range.massimo wrote:I have a Cedar C7. I think my biggest problem with the original strings were the basses, which were too loud and at least with my picking style produced some artefact sounds. I recently changed to Savarez 540R normal tension which sounds warmer and volume more controllable.
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