#1
Has anyone on here tried one? I'm considering buying one, as my nut has a big chip next the low E string. They are supposed to keep your guitar in tune across the entire fretboard. I know they are a common feature the "400 Series" of ESP/LTD guitars (ex. Viper-400, Ex-400)

Is it worth a few extra dollors?
#4
Whats it made of?
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#6
It's impossible for an instrument with straight frets to attain perfect tuning.
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#8
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Whats it made of?


It appears to be strong rubber, it doesn't say anything about the material on the Earvana website.

I didn't realize it was $35 though!!!
#11
It pretty much sovles the intonation issues on the B string, as well as holds better than most graphite nuts out there.
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