#1
Guys. I want to replace the nut on my Ibanez as the previous owner filed the slots too deep due to super-thick strings. The only options the web seems to give me is "Fender style" or "Gibson style". I guess it'd be Fender style, but I thought Fender's standard string spacing is smaller than Ibanez's...? Any thoughts?
#2
what ibanez specifically?
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But I'm also curious about what people do in general, when it comes to replacing (non-locking) nuts on superstrat-ish guitars with wide string spacing
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But I'm also curious about what people do in general, when it comes to replacing (non-locking) nuts on superstrat-ish guitars with wide string spacing


you would ideally get one fitted and cut. i haven't cut a nut myself, but I don't think it would be easy to get right until you do it a few times. the files are pricey as hell, but blanks are cheap.

I would check out stew mac, they're would be you're best bet. they have just about anything (but often have a price tag to match).
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