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Graph Tech PT-7004-00 String Tree

Graph Tech PT-7004-00 String Tree
€7.30
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RRP: €9.99
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item number 183135
sales unit 1 piece
available since June 2005
sales rank 37947
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sales rank 37947 at thomann.de 86 in this category (Details)

Graph Tech PT-7004-00 String Tree, 2 pcs, Trem Nut is a black plastic, still more slidingintensively than graphites, in the best way friction-poor

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A very cheap way of improving your guitar. Probably the easiest mod to do to your guitar. String trees that come on guitars are generally quite cheap. These are nicely lubricated, so your strings run freely. Great product. Highly recommended.

Great way to prevent tuning snags at the headstock and improve tremolo performance

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I have these fitted to all my guitars and although these days I rarely use a tremolo, they still prevent friction-related tuning problems where the strings can get trapped/stuck under the usual metal type of string tree. At first I was worried that the material they are made from wouldn't be resistant to heavy strings and high tension (after all they are not metal) but I have had no reason to worry -even using them with heavy baritone strings! I imagine that these in conjunction with a Graph Tech nut and bridge saddles would help Strat-type guitars (without locking tremolos or locking tuners) return to pitch very, very well.

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