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GraphTech String Saver Saddles Featured

 
Replacement Saddles that Improve tone and with the use of Teflon Increase string life


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Absolutely Amazing Saddles that perform exactly as described

Comments It is not often I find Items that do exactly as stated in ads, These do everything they claim they will do, I noticed immediately that the Tone and Sustain of my 7 String guitar was improved dramatically, They also improved the Harmonics and I find it extremely easy now to do Pinch harmonics or Natural harmonics and with the Sustain increase allows me to create some unique sounds I was unable to produce before


Liked about it 1. They live up to their claims, Increase Sustain, Better Tone Etc.
2. I am impressed with the Tuning Stability I have now since installing the Saddles.
3. String Life has dramatically increased I now find I have to replace strings due to age rather then breakage.
4. They even look nice and are very easy to install, Adjust and Intonate.


Didn't like They only thing I found I would change was the base of the adjustment screws for individual height adjustment were a bit to sharp and had a tendency to bit into my base plate, But with a use of a dremel tool and some Finishing Abrasive Buffs I solved that issue fairly easy.


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4.5

By spudler_t
May 31, 2011
 
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A change for 30 years old saddles

Comments I found a guy which was selling news string savers on a forum and bought them instantly as I mostly wanted to swap my old string savers of my old Kawai Aquarius because they were too old. The chrome was almost gone on half of them. I had no issue of string breakage with the original ones.


Liked about it The general look has not changed, the Teflon pieces (in black) are barely distinguishable, they seem reliable, and sustain has improved. Can't say about the tone as I haven't played plugged in with my Aquarius yet. I'll check that out in the next days!
An Allen wrench is even included for the saddles height adjustment (it wasn't the same Allen wrench dimension than the one I used original saddles.


Didn't like At the moment I haven't noticed anything bad about them.


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5.0

By satch_jr
Jul 08, 2011
 
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