Graphtech TUSQ Nut Martin Style Slotted 1 3/4 in. PQ-M644-00
The PQ-M644-00 is the perfect option to replace and upgrade the nut on your Martin style acoustic guitar. It has an angled bottom and comes pre-slotted to make for a quick and easy install.
TUSQ delivers a rich tone, crystal clear bell like high end with big open lows and a significant increase in harmonic content and harmonic sustain. Increase harmonics equals more richness and character in your tone. Its the difference between a four piece choir and a twelve piece choir singing every time your play a note.
|Consistent quality||Increased harmonic content|
|Ivory white in color||Precision slotted|
||E to E
Note: All Graph Tech nuts and saddles are slightly long and wide to ensure extra room to achieve a perfect fit for your guitar. This extra material can easily be removed with fine grit sandpaper.
TUSQ ACOUSTIC SADDLES
WHY CHANGE YOUR SADDLE?
A guitar saddle is designed to transfer the vibrations through the bridge into the top wood of the guitar. This quick and simple upgrade will have an amazing affect on your instruments tone, harmonic content, and playability.
Compensated saddles improve the playability by correctly setting each strings intonation to help produce the best tone and performance possible. Graph Tech produces a wide range of fully compensated, partially compensated and saddle blanks and slabs.
WHAT IS AVAILABLE?
|Compensated saddles:||almost all of the work is done, all that is needed is final fit or length, height and thickness.|
||Saddle blanks have some shaping done but some shaping will need to be done as well as final fit for length, height and thickness|
||Saddle slabs are simply a block of material that can be used to make the entire saddle (or anything else) from scratch.|
HOW TO MEASURE MY SADDLE.
|1. Remove your existing saddle with tweezers or fine point pliers.||2. Measure the overall length of your existing saddle. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension.||3. Measure the width of your existing saddle. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension.||4. Measure the overall height of your existing saddle from the bottom to the highest point. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension.|