NUT AND SADDLE SANDER CANADA+USA
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Replacing, or adjusting a guitar neck nut or an acoustic guitar saddle is one of the most common jobs done in the guitar repair shop. Every busy luthier should have one in his toolbox.
It is not possible getting your nut bottom sanded square just by holding it with your hand. You do need some tool to hold it in, to get it right for a tight fit that makes for a good tone.
GUITAR NUT AND SADDLE SANDER will help you to do that.
Just pop it in and ride the sander on the strip of sandpaper on a flat surface, until the wheels start turning.
Not only the bottom of your nut or saddle will get perfectly squared and flat, but you will also be able to use adjustment screws placed in one of the corresponding set of holes (on set for the nut, another for a saddle) to dial the exact amount you want to remove.
The markings (8 of them) under the adjusting screws make for a very fine adjustment. Each mark equals about 0.1 mm.
In imperial, one whole turn is 1/32", so 4 marks is 1/64", and so on.