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How do you level that zero fret? I assume the purpose is that it is the leveled with the other frets but I don't know how you would do that.
Asked by mprall00 on November 24th, 2020.
In theory, you would use the same size fret as the guitar uses, eliminating the need to level the zero fret, but detailed instructions on installation and proper setup once installed would best be answered by a professional guitar tech.
A zero fret is meant to be higher than the the regular frets . The kits appear to have various sizes of zero frets so you can change the string height to your liking
Is there a black nut option?
Asked by Anonymous on October 13th, 2016.
We only have them in cream. Also, we believe these are only made in cream from Zero Glide.
Will this fit a 12 string Fender Acoustic?
Asked by Anonymous on October 14th, 2016.
This is designed for a 6 string Fender electric guitar with the following specs: 9.5" Radius, 34.8 mm string spacing, 42.8 mm total length, 4.9 mm center height, 2.82 mm width.
Any idea which zero glide to get for an ESP/LTD EC-256? All I can find for specs is that the LTD has a 1.65 (42mm) nut width?
Asked by Anonymous on April 14th, 2017.
The closest would be the Fender nut at 42.8mm.
Will this work on a Fender 1.650 width?
Asked by Anonymous on August 1st, 2017.
This nut is designed to work with Fender guitars that have 1-11/16"(42.8mm) nut width. A 1.650"(41.91mm) wide neck will be slightly too narrow for this nut.
Will this fit a gibson acoustic '95 gospel?
Asked by Anonymous on November 15th, 2017.
This nut has a length: 45.8mm (1-51/64" and Radius: 12". You will want to measure/examine your guitar to insure a proper fit.
What radius frets come with the fender nut?
Asked by Anonymous on October 31st, 2018.
The Fender nut uses a 9.5" radius for the nut and the included frets.