ZS-23 Slotted Replacement Nut for Guitars (Common on Gibson Z-Fan)

$34.99

Material

Slots

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See sizing guide for correct fit.

Specifications

  • Length: 45.7mm (1 51/64")
  • Radius: 12"
  • Production Height: 8.5mm (21/64")
  • End Height: 7.8mm (19/64")
  • Fingerboard: 6.5mm (1/4")
  • Thickness: 6.3mm (1/4")
  • Fret Sizes: L, M, H, J (.035", .039", .043", .051")
  • String Spacing: 35.7mm (1-13/32")
  • String Gauges: .046", .036", .026", .017", .013", .010"

Reviews

Thomas

Feb 14, 2018

Improved the playability of my Fender stratocaster

Zero glide improvement from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
I nutted

Aug 28, 2022
I bought one for my generic mass produced bass don't get me wrong It's an awesome bass . I recently had It refretted with jumbo gold bell brass frets and It's regular plastic nut started to feel off. I did a little search on web and came upto this products. I combined It with my leftover gold fret wire and boom I Nutted Finally after years of trying to prevent using open strings on my bass I can enjoy that low open string notes sustaining to eternity. 100 recommended and If you ever get a custom made instrument insist on the 0 fret option. You can try different gauge strings without worrying about nut slot shapes and widths.
Wesley Warren Jr. Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
Low Action, High Satisfaction!

Jul 8, 2016

My old nut was too high. And I didn't want to buy 6 nut files. This Zero glide was much, MUCH cheaper, and it was an easy instal. I taped some 400 grit sandpaper to a plank I had laying around. Sand sand sand, check the fit, repeat. I tried each fret it came with and chose the jumbo. I consider this a major upgrade to my home built super strat.

Jacob Mitchell from Review pulled from Amazons Zero Glide Product Page
What sorcery is this ?

Jun 3, 2018

Just put one of these on an old beater of a cheap strat-clone kit that I use to experiment with "creative" wiring. Suddenly its in tune up and down the neck and stays that way after using the trem as well. It cost half the price of the kit but it has significantly improved the value of the instrument to me. It required a little sanding of the back of the nut but nothing drastic. I dont have many dedicated luthier tools so the fret wire is not trimmed perfectly (but the look is in keeping with the overall "relic'd" appearance of the guitar). The question now becomes can I get a discount if I order these in bulk?

Dean from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page
Zeros Are Great

Dec 17, 2016

My third build and first time I used the zero fret, made filing the nut slots easier. The sound is markedly clearer than the other bone nuts I've used.

Mark Oestereich from Review pulled from Stew Macs Zero Glide Product Page

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