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    EJ signature strat question

    I need to replace the nut on one.

    Is the nut slot flat or radius-ed ?

    Thanks in advance !

    Not my guitar, owner wants graph tech. Any difference between Tusq and TusqXL ?

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    Re: EJ signature strat question

    It is radiused. But the flatter 12" radius will make it seem flatter than other nut radiuses.

    If it were my guitar, I would go with just bone. Lubricated or whatever.

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    Re: EJ signature strat question

    Quote Originally Posted by P.Walker View Post
    It is radiused. But the flatter 12" radius will make it seem flatter than other nut radiuses.

    If it were my guitar, I would go with just bone. Lubricated or whatever.
    Thanks for the clarification!
    Last edited by MikeRoberts; 12-28-17 at 02:02 AM.

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    Re: EJ signature strat question

    and a string tree

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    Re: EJ signature strat question

    Yes, definitely a string tree. I put a round '54 style on mine. The problem is those graduated tuning machines aren't low enough for the G and B strings. Without the tree I could actually hear a harmonic ringing behind the nut on the G string. Drove me nuts.

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    Re: EJ signature strat question

    Thanks a lot for advice! It is really useful
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