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Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster   

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The Graph Tech Trem-Nut goes great with locking tuners for bind-free super-stable tuning. Resonant base material provides good tone transfer....Read More

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Teflon-impregnated self-lubricating head-nut to end string binding forever!

The Graph Tech Trem-Nut goes great with locking tuners for bind-free super-stable tuning. Resonant base material provides good tone transfer.

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  • Teflon impregnated
  • Resonant base
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Graph TechSlotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster
 
4.6

(based on 17 reviews)

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Helped Bullet Squire Immensely (no need for new tuners)

Was having trouble keeping bullet strat in tune, this did the trick, really made a difference.
Only caution, when removing old nut with a small screwdriver a little piece of rosewood fingerboard...Read complete review

Was having trouble keeping bullet strat in tune, this did the trick, really made a difference.
Only caution, when removing old nut with a small screwdriver a little piece of rosewood fingerboard chipped, fortunately this was a small piece above the nut and not on the side of fingerboard. It did not chip off all the way, so just glued it back and as good as new. So, may want to have a professional install or at least watch numerous videos on how to successfully take it off. Seemed possibly there was some glue or adhesive holding it on. I did not glue the new one on and just have it held in place by the strings.
Having a professional file the original could also be a fix, although I just went for this option. So just be careful when removing the old one. My strat is about a 2014 model and made in Indonesia.

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VERY Mixed REview

While the product is as good as others have written, my problem with the nut overshadows those positive qualities. I have an older Squier Strat with a radiused nut slot and when I removed...Read complete review

While the product is as good as others have written, my problem with the nut overshadows those positive qualities. I have an older Squier Strat with a radiused nut slot and when I removed the center tab the nut goes too far into the slot causing the low E string to hit the end of the fretboard before the headstock. I even have staggered tuners that raise the E string a bit. I doubt if the slot was originally too deep because the original plastic nut wasn't very high and still didn't cause the string to hit the wood.

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5.0

Helped Bullet Squire Immensely (no need for new tuners)

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from Walnut Creek, CA

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Pros

  • Functional
  • Good Quality
  • Improves Sound

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      Was having trouble keeping bullet strat in tune, this did the trick, really made a difference.
      Only caution, when removing old nut with a small screwdriver a little piece of rosewood fingerboard chipped, fortunately this was a small piece above the nut and not on the side of fingerboard. It did not chip off all the way, so just glued it back and as good as new. So, may want to have a professional install or at least watch numerous videos on how to successfully take it off. Seemed possibly there was some glue or adhesive holding it on. I did not glue the new one on and just have it held in place by the strings.
      Having a professional file the original could also be a fix, although I just went for this option. So just be careful when removing the old one. My strat is about a 2014 model and made in Indonesia.

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      5.0

      A must have for any serious musician

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      from LV

      About Me Experienced

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      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Functional
      • Good Quality
      • Improves Sound

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Practicing

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      If you have a cheap squier or other Stratocaster type guitar, do yourself a favor and get this. It's that good.

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      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Slotted Nut

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      from Brattleboro, VT

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      I put this on my Squier Strat and it made all the difference in the world. The guitar is much easier to tune and stays in tune longer than it did with the old nut. I would highly recommend this product and I'll be putting it on most every guitar I get from here on out.

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      (0 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Old black strat

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      my old nut broke on my old baron and i replaced it with that

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Nut

      By 

      from Howell, NJ

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      This nut replaced the original in my 2008 Mexican Strat. The G, B and Hi E strings sounded just a bit muffled.The replacing job was easy. This nut needed only minor sanding to make it fit in the slot and then a little more sanding to bring the sides flush with the neck. Since the slot botton was curved I had to sand down the little tab in the middle. Other than that the height was perfect. No further sanding required.

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      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Easy Upgrade

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      from Undisclosed

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      I recently modded a couple of old electrics. One was an LP the other a Strat. I put Graph Tech nuts on both. I also added locking tuners and GraphTech saddles to both and now I have no more tuning issues at all; no more string kinks. I am meticulous about the work that I do, but it was so simple to sand these a little herev and thereto allow them to fit perfectly. I will be putting one of these babies on every guitar I own forever more!

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      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Fits Within Seconds

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      from East Coast

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      I purchased this nut for my old Cort Strat and it fit almost perfectly. I had to sand it for about 10 seconds for width and it was in. I think it made a difference in tone but then again anything would have helped this guitar sound better. Great buy to replace a worn out nut and add a bit more tone.

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      5.0

      Trem-Nut for Lefty

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      from Kansas

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      You can order one made for a lefty. I got mine from the Graph-Tech website. I filed down the center slot and a mm from each side. Works great and looks super on my Black Tele. Didn't do a thing with the string grooves.

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      5.0

      One of the best...

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      Installed this thing on My strat and I love it. I have a Rosewood finger board so the dark color of it is cool. This was a very easy nut to install, all I had to do was file the edges down because it was too long for my neck, but the thickness and height was perfect. I now have great tuning stability and like the best action with .11 guage strings. I am going to order one of these for my Telecaster next.

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      (1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      1.0

      VERY Mixed REview

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      from Delaware

      Comments about Graph Tech Slotted Trem-Nut for Stratocaster:

      While the product is as good as others have written, my problem with the nut overshadows those positive qualities. I have an older Squier Strat with a radiused nut slot and when I removed the center tab the nut goes too far into the slot causing the low E string to hit the end of the fretboard before the headstock. I even have staggered tuners that raise the E string a bit. I doubt if the slot was originally too deep because the original plastic nut wasn't very high and still didn't cause the string to hit the wood.

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