ZB-25 Unslotted Replacement Nut for Resonator Guitars

$34.99

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The Zero Glide Replacement Nut System borrows the "zero fret" concept to reduce string contact in the nut by up to 93%, increasing tuning stability, playability, and open string tone. It only takes a few minutes to install with absolutely no permanent alteration to your instrument. For Resonator Guitars & Lap Steels (Blank).

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See sizing guide for correct fit.
  • Length: 48mm (1 57/64")
  • Radius: FLAT
  • Production Height: 22.5mm (57/64")
  • End Height: 22.5mm (57/64")
  • Thickness: 5mm (13/64")
  • Fret Sizes: M (.039")

Reviews

Install On Fender And Classic Nylon Guitar

Nov 9, 2016

I installed this on a fender for my friend, he loves it.s like using a capo I recent bought a 12 string zero fret and installed it on my Kirk Sands classic nylon and It truly makes a difference in tuning. No slip and holds well. William clamp

William from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
martin nut

Nov 4, 2023
Now that I have it setup I love it. The kits should have all available nut wires in it. I had to special order the largest wire for my Martin Dred kit because the included were too small.
Ken Fuehrer Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
get it!

Apr 29, 2018

works like a charm for the stuff I do at weekend gigs,from flutter trem to dive whammy , but most of all, I no longer hear that creaking sound by the nut when using my tremolo and it stays in tune well along with my Wilkinson VSVG Tremolo.

Easy to install for me cause I work for two guitar shops on a on/off basis and am use to making bone nuts from scratch,so if you've never done guitar nut work before I suggest taking it to a well trusted guitar shop with a good tech. It does take patience if you want it to look like a pro and function the way its suppose to. Highly recommend it along with a Wilkinson VSVG and a high gear ratio tuners.. Be buying more soon for my other guitars....

yerkool from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
Zero Glide Nut

Oct 7, 2016

I've got a '67 Gretsch Country Gentleman that has what they called the zero fret. I had always wondered why didn't anybody else do this. I put this on my 2010 Gibson Lucille and it solved the nut drag problem. I'm also going to put it on my '76 Les Paul Deluxe. A great solution to an on going problem.

Mickey from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
Wonderful addition to my old Yamaha FG-180 Red Label guitar

Nov 3, 2023
The installation was not difficult but it did require patience and good workmanship when shaping the Zero Glide. I bought the black version and really like it's understated appearance.
Jim Edgington Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page

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