#1
I have two questions. First question, is there supposed to be one or two string trees and what is the the point of them anyways?

And second question, I want to upgrade the string tree on my MIM Strat with this: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/accessories/fender-american-standard-string-guide-2/361342000000000
Would this be a good investment?
Current/Main Gear
'06 MIA Fender Stratocaster
'97 Epiphone Les Paul Standard Lim. Ed.
'90s Peavey Classic 30
H&K Tubemeister 18
MXR 404 CAE Crybaby
Ibanez TS9
Ernie Ball Jr. Volume
Digitech Hardwire DL-8
TC Electronic Nova Repeater
#2
Number of string trees depends on the design of the neck and the machine heads. Stick with the number you've got on there already unless you're changing the tuners.

I don't know that anything for $8 could be called an 'investment' but yeah, those are better than the MIM trees. It won't make much of a difference though, you're wasting your time if you don't have the nut, trem, truss rod, and saddles all set up perfectly.
#3
if they are keeping the string in the nut
cut and aren't pulling the strings out
of tune, then they are doing their job.

a usual upgrade would be a rolling string
tree.
Jenneh

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