ZS-22 Slotted Replacement Nut for Banjos

$34.99

Material

Slots

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See sizing guide for correct fit.

Specifications

  • Length: 32.3mm (1-17/64")
  • Radius: FLAT
  • Production Height: 7.8mm (19/64")
  • End Height: 7.8mm (19/64")
  • Fingerboard: 5.8mm (7/32")
  • Thickness: 4.0mm (5/32")
  • Fret Sizes: L, M, H, J (.035", .039", .043", .051")
  • String Spacing: 26.0mm (1-1/64")
  • String Gauges: .026", .018", .016", .013"

Reviews

I am addicted to Zero Glide.

Apr 13, 2018

I wrote another review about Zero Glide and my Gold Tone OB 150 banjo. As many already know the Zero Glide Nut is standard equipment on the OB 150 banjo. Gold Tone has this nut on other instruments too. I like this nut system for a lot of reasons. I installed a Zero Glide nut on my Martin D custom and I even installed a Zero Glide on my Washburn M3SWK F body mandolin. Those stock plastic nuts on many of the entry level pro instruments just does not cut it. You are cheating yourself and your audience out of a lot of tone and sweetness that ears should be hearing. The Zero Glide nut does a world of wonders for my instruments. Do yourself a favor and get one on your axe. You may love it. I know I do. I am addicted to Zero Glide.

Ray Lawrence Jr.
Zero Glide Nut@ Livewerks Guitars

Oct 22, 2016

Installed in a vintage Japanese Custom Shop Fender Tele. Great low action and better tuning stability. Easy install as well. Thanks for a great product.

Michael from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
great nuts.

Jan 15, 2018

I put this on one guitar i built and promptly bought another for another guitar. Awesome product. Use them!

Craig from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
Get Rid Of The Gibson *Tink*

Mar 15, 2016

I just installed a Zero Glide Nut on my '14 Les Paul Studio. I was having trouble with the traditional *tink* and tuning issues often associated with Gibsons. Initially, I was going to try the new titanium nut made by Gibson but was told that it would not fit my '14 Les Paul. Keep in mind, I have never installed a nut before on a guitar where I needed to remove the old one. I had only fixed broken nuts in the past. I say this because I had a little anxiety when I decided to install the nut myself. The first thing I noticed was how much extra material must be sanded to get a perfect fit. For my application, I had to sand the bottom of the nut as well to get the fret to seat properly against the fret board. This may sound bad, but it is a good thing! It means that the folks at Stew-Mac realize (as I hope you do) that although these are precision instruments, there are many parts that are finished out by hand. The extra material allows for those minor variations and with a little work,

Marc Fletcher from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
Great product!!!

Oct 18, 2020

Easy to install. I'll use it on all my new builds.

Lewis Parker from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page

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