Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (19 of 19)


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Wet and Dry Sandpaper Mixed Grits - 2000 / 2500 / &hellip by STARCKE ERSTA Abrasives
Just does what it says and has played a part in a few successful fret-levelling jobs I've been doing recently on guitars. Since I don't have a lot of reference points to compare it against the 5* doesn't mean much except it seemed a decent price and the paper seems good quality.
reversible precision screwdriver with multi blade &hellip by engineer inc.
I bought this specifically for adjusting the saddles on 'Tune-o-matic' bridges and similar guitar parts and it works fine for that. I like the feel of the three different steel 'bits' (what's the correct term??) and the screwdriver feels nice to grip with it's free turning end that pushes against your palm as you use it. The only downside is that the 'bit' pushes into the handle no matter how tight you turn the 'chuck' on the screwdriver. This isn't really a problem; just push it all the way in before tightening the chuck and get on with it. It will only be an issue if/when I need that extra length (for example to push down into a deeply recessed screw like you sometimes get in computer… Read more
Graph Tech Tusq PQ-6000-00 Jumbo Pre-Slotted Nut by TUSQ
I replaced a dreary plastic nut on my DIY kit SG build with this. I had to shave 1mm off each end (easy with some 320 grit abrasive paper taped flat to my table) but apart from that, it went straight in. The most noticeable result was that it slightly repositioned the strings (a tiny bit further apart) which for me was better. Apart from that, it contributes to my guitar feeling and sounding a bit better.

I've no reason to doubt the claims for 'self-lubrication' and 'transmission of vibrations' and so on that the manufacturer makes for the Tusq nut but I'd be lying if I told you I could detect a change in tone or resonance because I'm not sure I can. All I know is that the guitar… Read more

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