Graph Tech Supercharger Kit Strat 2 1/16" spacing

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'Combines Graph Techs performance enhancing products for Strat-style guitars into one convenient package.

Supercharger for Strat Style Guitars Kit C fits most import Stratocasters G&L and most Strat copies with 2-1/16" string spacing, as well as Showmaster, Squier Affinity Tele, Bullet and Fat Strat.

Supercharger for Strat Style Guitars Kit comes with a set permanently lubricated String Saver Saddles; a permanently lubricated, precision slotted TUSQ XL nut; a TUSQ XL nut blank, a set of permanently lubricated, precision slotted TUSQ XL string trees; two grits of sandpaper to fine tune the fit of your nut and a Graph Tech guitar pick.

Features
  • Strat Kit C (PX-8000-00) Includes:
  • 1 set of String Saver saddles (PS-8000-00)
  • 1 TUSQ XL precision slotted nut (PQL-5000-00)
  • 1 TUSQ XL nut blank (PQL-2200-00)
  • 1 set of TUSQ XL sleek string trees (PQL-7004-00)
  • 1 sheet of 240 grit sand paper
  • 1 sheet of 600 grit sand paper
  • 1 Graph Tech guitar pick
  • Installation instructions
 

Supercharger Kit Strat 2 1/16" spacing Specifications:

  • Saddle Dimensions:
  • Thick: 5/16" (7.62mm)
  • Length: 27/32" (21.64mm)
  • Height: 5/16" (7.62mm)
  • E-to-E 2-1/16" (52.73mm)
  • Nut Dimensions:
  • Thick: 1/8" (3.35mm)
  • Length: 1-11/16" (42.93mm)
  • Height: 7/32" (5.33mm)
  • E-to-E 1-3/8" (35.18mm)
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Supercharged!

By Dave Espinoza

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Comments about Graph Tech Supercharger Kit Strat 2 1/16" spacing:

Well, I got this for a MIK Squier I've been modding. The guitar plays well as is, but I was having tuning problems after using the tremolo bar, even though I've installed locking tuners on it. So I installed all the stuff: string trees, nut and saddles and Voila! Major divebombing and no more tuning problems!! Of course, I've been fiddling with my trem springs and screws to achieve a good return to zero, and these lubbed parts compliment that work. Keep that in mind.

Be warned, I had to sand down the nut a bit as it was too high from the factory, but the kit includes the sandpaper, so no biggie... Also, the screws that come with the string trees are thicker and longer. I used the ones I had from the original string trees no prob.

The saddles are pretty light and I was affraid I might lose tone but no, didn't happen. The tone is slightly different now, brighter and I have a tad more sustain than before. Had to adjust my treble on the setup, but wow, the harmonics that come out of my guitar now are delicious!

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Supercharged Baby!

By Dave Espinoza

from Undisclosed

Comments about Graph Tech Supercharger Kit Strat 2 1/16" spacing:

Well, I got this for a MIK Squier I've been modding. The guitar plays well as is, but I was having tuning problems after using the tremolo bar, even though I've installed loking tuners on it. So I installed all the stuff: string trees, nut and saddles and Voila! Major divebombing and no more tuning problems!! Of course, I've been fiddling with my trem springs and screws to achieve a good return to zero, and these lubbed parts compliment that work. Keep that in mind.

Be warned, I had to sand down the nut a bit as it was too high from the factory, but the kit includes the sandpaper, so no biggie... Also, the screws that come with the string trees are thicker and longer. I used the ones I had from the original string trees no prob.

The saddles are pretty light and I was affraid I might lose tone but no, didn't happen. The tone is slightly different now, brighter and I have a tad more sustain than before. Had to adjust my treble on the setup, but wow, the harmonics that come out of my guitar now are delicious!

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