#1
Please help me out people:

I can buy a Washburn Dimebolt 333.

I want one very badly, however:
it must have (sort of) the same nut width as my other guitars (43mm)

or else it feels weird, although the difference is "only" 2 or 3 millimeters.

I have experienced before that less than 43mm nut width, feels very unpleasant to my hand. Believe me, you really feel it.


and I can't find this info ANYWHERE in the whole friggin internet!!
I also mailed Washburn, to no avail.

so, if anyone knows it, or has one, please inform me.

thanx very much
Last edited by jgd666 at Oct 13, 2011,
#3
What I forgot to mention (my bad) is that I have to travel quit far for it.
So, arriving there to see that it is for example a 40mm nut, would SUCK.

So therefore, I wanna know in advance.

If somebody assures me: "hey, the nut is 40", then I won't even bother, you see?
#4
The Dimebolt 333 has a Locking Floyd right? If that's the case, the nut width is 1 11/16 inches, or just shy of 43 mm.

Actually it looks like ALL of the Dean Dimebag series guitars are 1 11/16 inch nuts, even string through models. So it comes to 42.8625 mm.
#5
thanx dude

got an answer from Washburn now!

its 43mm indeed

YES!!! the Washburn in mine! MINE!! MIIIIINE!!!!! MUahahahahahahahahahahaha..........