Strings for Classical Guitar
The classical concert guitar is strung exclusively with strings made of nylon or carbon. It is strung with three high treble strings and three bass strings. The strings of the concert guitar are offered in different tensions, which result from the hardness of the material. Strings with high tension (hard tension) sound a bit louder and more assertive, but are harder to press, which means that the weaker the tension, the easier it is to play. However, steel strings should never be pulled onto the concert guitar, as they generate very high tensions and tensile forces for which the neck of the concert guitar is not designed. New strings have a great sound and are pleasant to play, so we recommend changing the strings "too early rather than too late" if you are not sure.