#2
No. There is no such thing as white graphite, because graphite is always silvery black. Get a Graphtech nut instead, they're good.
#3
Quote by mr_hankey
No. There is no such thing as white graphite, because graphite is always silvery black. Get a Graphtech nut instead, they're good.

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#4
There are white materials that behave like graphite, but I agree with Christmas Poo. Go with the Graphtech. They're only a couple bucks more than what you'd be spending on that one, and you know for sure.
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Quote by Punk_Ninja
Nuts are cheap, get both that and a graphtech.

Why? He only needs one. Plus that one is probably just plastic, so you should get a graphtech or slipstone.

If you need a nut with less resistance, you can always take a pencil and just rub the graphite that is in the lead into your string slots in your current nut. It works.
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#7
Quote by pyromaniac7234
Why? He only needs one. Plus that one is probably just plastic, so you should get a graphtech or slipstone.

If you need a nut with less resistance, you can always take a pencil and just rub the graphite that is in the lead into your string slots in your current nut. It works.



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#8
that one looks like plastic.
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