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Graphtech PQ-6060-00 Slotted Tusq Nut 1/4 inch Nut For Epiphone etc...

Graphtech PQ-6060-00 Slotted Tusq Nut 1/4 inch Nut For Epiphone etc...

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Graphtech Tusq Nut

If you have an acoustic or electric guitar, you owe it to yourself to hear the difference a TUSQ nut can make. Compared to standard materials such as bone, micarta or corian, you'll hear more harmonics with every note you play when you use TUSQ on your guitar. 

TUSQ has quickly become an important tone performance tool for some of the world's most renowned guitar manufacturers, luthiers and playing professionals.  

TUSQ nuts and saddles have rich tone and sustain, without the inconsistency found in ivory, bone and other natural materials.  Bone and ivory have hard and soft spots (grain) throughout each piece, hampering consistent transfer of vibrations to the guitar top.  

TUSQ nuts, saddles and bridge pins are designed to transfer the right frequencies more efficiently from the string  to the guitar body.  Acoustic guitars come alive!

Product Feartures

Rich tone: a crystal clear bell like high end and big open low end.
Engineered for maximum vibration transfer.
Consistent quality from piece to piece and within each piece.
Easy to work with - can be filed and sanded; will not chip or flake
Laboratory-proven to enhance harmonic content (up to 200%)
Used by the world's finest guitar manufacturers.
No flat or dead spots that can be found in bone or ivory.

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Specifications

Length: 44mm

Thickness: 6mm

Height: 9mm

String Spacing: 34.1mm

Material: Synthetic Ivory

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Paul Shallcross
Perfect fit

A perfect fit for my Epiphone hummingbird.Just a little sanding on the base to get the correct height.