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Thread: Nut / saddle Gauge for 4 string instruments

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    Default Nut / saddle Gauge for 4 string instruments

    Just to get away from "Ukulele building" for a while, I'm going to make a few of these gizmo's,that I invented ? a couple of years back

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    If you're selling them, put me down for one please.

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    What is that ,..........a nut scratcher ? Good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ukulian View Post
    If you're selling them, put me down for one please.
    Even if you are not making them for sale I need one!
    Last edited by Moore Bettah Ukuleles; 12-14-2011 at 12:23 PM.
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    That is a nice tool. I've been doing mine in Photoshop, then printing out the properly spaced lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moore Bettah Ukuleles View Post
    Me too.......
    I will order one too...

    that is a cool tool, Ken.

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    I'm with everyone els. Put me down for one
    Perry Bullinger
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    Me too...please.

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    Got this idea from a Siminoff book some years ago. Just 4 pieces of a discarded band saw blade with the teeth ground off and the edges beveled. I cut the slots in the block with a fretting saw.

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    Fantastic jig there Ken. Do want.

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