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Graph Tech TUSQ Guitar Nut Slotted 1/4" Fits Epiphone & PRS Aged

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Graph Tech
TUSQ (Original)
43.99 mm
9.19 mm
6.14 mm
Nut e to e spacing
34.7 mm
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar
Part number

The 6060-00 is the perfect option to replace and upgrade the nut on your Epiphone guitar made before 2014. It is also a great option for many other common acoustic and electric guitars.

It comes pre-slotted to make for a quick and easy install.

TUSQ XL nuts are designed to boost guitar tone and performance. These precision-engineered nuts are made with a specially formulated material that couples the strings' vibrations to the neck and brings out the hidden harmonics and richness in every note. It is based on the highly resonant TUSQ man-made ivory but is impregnated with PTFE to improve the tuning performance of the guitar.




Please Note
Whilst Graph Tech products are intended to be as close fit to specific guitars as they can, each guitar is different so inevitably they may require some minor alterations to their length, height and thickness to ensure a perfect fit for your instrument.

When deciding which nut is the right one for your guitar, it's important to check the measurements carefully. If in doubt, it's always worth going slightly larger than you think as you can always make the nut smaller, you can't add on extra. If you are at all unsure of what item is the right one for your guitar, just give us a call. We'd be happy to help.

Why is your guitar nut important?

The nut is one of the most important parts of your guitar. It may be surprising that such a small part plays such a vital role in shaping the playability, action and tone and isn't something that should be overlooked. As one of the few points of contact your strings actually make with your guitar, you can start to understand that a poorly fitted nut can play havoc with the tuning, sustain and performance of your instrument.

How do I know if I need to replace my guitar's nut?
It's not unusual for a guitar's nut to need changing and there are several factors that can cause this.

Through years of playing a guitar's nut can become damaged or chipped. If the damage is around one of the string slots, this will almost certainly cause playability issues.

Over it's lifetime, the nut is subject to a lot of wear and experiences a huge amount of downward pressure from your guitar's strings. As a result, strings inevitably wear down the nuts slots. This wear is often uneven and can cause rough or sharp edges and often leads to string breakages. This wear can also create uneven string spacing too.

Your strings move a lot over the nut through those big bends, tremolo use and tuning. This movement also causes wear meaning the slots in your nut can become too low affecting your guitar's action. If the action at the nut is too low, this can cause string buzz around the first few frets.

If you are thinking of changing the gauge of strings you are putting on your guitar, you may wish to consider a new nut to be fitted. The sizing of the string slots should ideally be tailored to the gauge of strings you are using and if the slots are too low or too high you may come across some action and tuning issues.

If you are generally unhappy with your guitar's tone, making a small change such as changing the nut can make a dramatic difference to a guitar's performance.

SKU: PQL-6060-AG

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To start a return, please contact us at info@stringsdirect.co.uk.

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