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TUSQ Acoustic Saddle Compensated Lefty L73.15mm (PQ-9280-L0)

TUSQ Acoustic Saddle Compensated Lefty L73.15mm (PQ-9280-L0)

PQ-9280-L0

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The PQ-9280-L0 is a great option to replace or upgrade the saddle on your left handed acoustic guitar.  It is our most popular saddle and will work with many other guitars. It 1/8" thick and is compensated to help improve the playability of your guitar.

The PQ-9280-L0 is also available in a convenient 10 pack (LQ-9280-L0).

 

 

TUSQ nuts and saddles have rich tone without the inconsistency found in ivory, bone and other natural materials. Bone and ivory have hard and soft spots (grain) throughout each piece, hampering consistent transfer of vibrations to the guitar top. TUSQ nuts, saddles and bridge pins are designed to transfer the right frequencies more efficiently from the string to the guitar body.

 

Overview

 

Specs

Measure Length Width
Height
E to E
inches
2.880"
0.128"
0.430" n/a
mm 73.15 3.25 10.92
n/a

 

Instructions

 

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  • CM
    Cal M.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    5 days ago
    Had to sand lightly to fit bridge slot and sand significantly more to lower the action of my guitar.

    Excellent product

  • HS
    Harry S.
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    1 week ago
    It Works!

    I çonverted a new Gretsch Jim Dandy to lefty using this saddle and a Tusq lefty nut. The nut wasn't tall enough so I shimmed it. The saddle is very tall but good enough for Christmas morning for my 6 year old grandson. Now rhat the nut is sorted I'll trim the saddle down. Even with the saddle being very high at the moment (probably 8mm string height at 12th fret) I can tell the compensation is good: every string is exactly 7c sharp at the 12th fret.

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