Didn't know that classical wound strings had nylon cores ... my mistake. And I'll definitely keep an eye on that composite "G-string", and appreciate the heads up about it.
A dumb question: I'm also an avid fly fisherman, and will often use a flourocarbon (PVDF) tippett material at the end of my nylon leader. Does anyone make guitar strings of flourocarbon, in place of the nylons on classical guitars? PVDF has less stretch than nylon, higher tensile strength, and is a bit more rigid ... should work well, I would think.
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