But it works for me. And I won't be able to afford another instrument for awhile.
My problem is that I am noticing wear on the wood between the frets. It does not seem to affect the playing of the guitar, since it seems the nylon strings are protecting the wood lying directly under the string. This means that the wear is between the strings.
I am wondering if there is something I can do to slow down this process?
It is occuring more between the higher pitched strings.
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The fact that it's 'wearing' between the strings is the big clue. Your fingertips are slowly rubbing off the paint. Fingertips are rough enough to do that - but not really hard enough to wear away the wood.
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