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Old 01-25-2023, 06:26 AM
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I bought some Thomastik Infeld KR116 'Classic S' strings for an experiment, but haven't strung them up on one of my classicals yet. I now have an excuse to get another "experimental" classical... :-)
I have been pleased with them, I removed them from my classical after I bought the Eastman E10 OO. Since on the Eastman, I have accommodated a 1 7/8" Nubone nut and the string spacing at the bridge is 2 3/8", I consider it my Steel strings classical one.

I still use the KR116 on my Yamaha slg200n silent classical.
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Old 01-25-2023, 06:39 AM
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The closest I ever saw was the Takamine TF740. This is a Japanese model that came out around 10-12 years ago. It had a cedar top, mahogany back and sides, 12 frets to the body with a cutaway, and a 1 7/8" neck. One online reviewer said it felt rather like a classical guitar. It had stellar reviews.

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