I'd like to try a few different strings on my new Hill New World Player 615mm. However, I don't change strings often and by the time I switch out strings the ones currently on the guitar are worn. All things being equal, the newer strings will sound better. So, I thought for a change I'd swap them out much sooner than I normally would to get a better comparison. I'm just wondering if there's any reason I wouldn't want to put strings back on my guitar that have been used a couple of weeks and removed. I bought some of the Rosette diamond string ties which does make it a little easier to change strings (and they don't look bad either). I'm leaving a lot of extra string on the rollers so there's enough to restring.
I have Mari classical 100p mediums on right now. I like them. They are flexible, resonant and warm. I happened to read about them here right before heading out to Washington. I was in Anacortes where Ron Fernandez lives. He's one of two online Mari vendors in the US. I went to his house to buy some Mari strings and had a wonderful visit with him. I learned more about strings and their unique relationship to each instrument than I could possibly remember.
Hill New World Player Spruce 615mm