#1
I want to put a graphtech nut in my guitar but i use 11 gauge strings, will i have to cut the grooves anymore for this or will it be okay as it comes?
#2
i think you may have to. Or at least wait for it to wear in. I do use 10's in mine without a problem but that seems like its pushing it a little
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#3
You need to cut nut slots no matter what strings you use. The pre-cut slots are just there to save you from having to measure and cut perpendicular slots. I guess you could use the nut without cutting, but you're going to be very sharp on the first couple frets.
#7
Nut files after .20 are stupidly overpriced but below that it actually does cost a lot to make them.
#8
Go down to a hardware store and buy some 'welding torch tip cleaners'. They are somthing like $5 and they are a bunch of tiny little files in different sizes and they are perfect for fine tuning the depth and width of nut slots. They are exactly what you need.
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