Wow - Seriously.. thank you.
The 1 E string decided to warp into light speed, whilst the rest seem to be intact.
I have no clue where I've read this however from the deep-hollow side of my guitar knowledge (basically what i remember), is that nylon strings cannot be used on the springy steel strings hence why I want to get strings which are the same to avoid them damaging the guitar (which they apparently do so by the unknown source).
One of my friends suggested (literally as I was writing my reply to this thread) the "Gauge: .010"-.047" Elixir Nanoweb Phosphor Bronze Acoustic guitar strings" ... The strings look very similar to the ones I have/had, soooooooooooo .... strings are on their way (:D).
I've also found out from the original owner that the strings have not been changed since the guitars.. birth. The guitar was made and born in China so i believe the "original" strings must have been from the same country, maybe this explains why the string broke huh oh well
Watched some videos on the Youtube wonderland, the string winder seems to be quite a popular and effective tool - might aswell throw more money onto the scene hehe... AGAIN, thank you all.
Thank you for the tip, lagartija, I might just p(l)ay around with different brands maybe until I find something that please my ears.
Each comment answered the next question I was going to ask, thank you a million times!!!
You forum people are like saints.