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Floyd Rose Titanium Nut Clamping Block
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The Floyd Rose Titanium Nut Clamping Block is now available as a replacement part for the Floyd Rose Titanium Tremolo System. It comes in one size an...Read More
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A replacement or spare part for the Titanium Tremolo System.
The Floyd Rose Titanium Nut Clamping Block is now available as a replacement part for the Floyd Rose Titanium Tremolo System. It comes in one size and works with both Floyd Rose Titanium series R-2 & R-3 nut widths.
The Floyd Rose Tremolo System is used by more professionals throughout the world than any other. No copy can duplicate the double-locking design of the Floyd Rose Tremolo System that allows you to lock your guitar in tune at the nut and at the bridge.
The Floyd Rose Tremolo System is engineered like no other Tremolo System. Its high quality steel parts are manufactured to exacting specifications.
Get the part that matches the rest of your Floyd Rose Tremolo system. Order today.
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Comments about Floyd Rose Titanium Nut Clamping Block:
If you use a double locking trem system, you clearly know what these are and what they do. These clamp blocks by themselves are more about durability than about having much impact on tone...maybe using an entire titanium nut assembly would have more of a tonal improvement. But if you're like me and have some nut clamps in use for a few decades and showing serious signs of wear where it comes in contact with the strings, I expect these to be a welcome upgrade.
Floyd Rose promotes these as an upgrade compatible with the other series offered (original, 1000, special, etc.), but I found a few of the blocks didn't want to fit properly in a 1000 series nut. They fit fine in other nuts on other guitars, so I chalked it up to the channel in that 1000 series nut. This is the only thing that kept me from giving a higher rating, and in all fairness might have been an issue with the existing nut.