The PQL-1204-00 is the perfect option to upgrade the nut on your Fender Precision style bass guitar. It is pre-slotted making installation quick and simple.
TUSQ XL Fender Precision 4-String Bass slotted nut
Thickness: 1/8″ (3.17mm)
Length: 1-21/32″ (41.91mm)
Height: 3/16 (4.75mm)
E-to-E: 1-1/4″ (31.75mm)
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.
WHY CHANGE YOUR NUT?
No matter what type of stringed instrument you have, the nut is one of the most important parts of the overall performance, playability and tone of your instrument. It is amazing the effect of upgrading this small part will have on the health of your instrument. When nuts are worn out or poorly constructed, problems such as string buzz, fretting out and tuning performance are just a matter of time.
Graph Tech precision molds and engineers it’s nuts to create the most consistent tone, string balance as well as precise string spacing to create the perfect piece for your instrument.
WHAT IS AVAILABLE?
almost all of the work is done, all that is needed is final fit for length, height and thickness.
nut blanks have some shaping done but slots slots will have to be cut as well as final fit for length, height and thickness
nut slabs are simply a block of material that can be used to make the entire nut (or anything else) from scratch.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR NUT.
1. Measure the overall length of your existing nut. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension.
2. Measure the overall width of your existing nut. Be as accurate as you can by using a ruler, calipers or a tape measure. Record this dimension.
3. Measure the E to E spacing of your existing nut, from the center of the low E slot to the center of the high E slot. 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 nut 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.