Nothing wrong with that at all. In fact, over time you might want to try different clean ale yeast strains to see which you like the best. Some that could be used I think are Wyeast 1056, 1338, 1007, Kolsh, and CA Common and their White Labs/dry equivelents. Nottingham dry might also be a good candidate. Basically yeasts that don't produce a lot of fruity esters, or are said to be clean.
I use 1338 European Ale in my Can't Lager Oktoberfest and enjoy the results.