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Big Bends Nut Sauce Tuning Lubricant

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Item Description

Big Bends Nut Sauce eliminates problems with string breakage and pitch drift. Improves overall performance of ALL stringed instruments! Easy to apply with no mess using the Groove-Luber applicator. 1.5cc tube.


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100% Recommend this product (4 of 4 responses)
By tor
skien, norway
a must have
August 14, 2019
guitars stay in tune.. long lasting
By Terry W.
South Carolina
Excellent product
June 8, 2016
I have been using but sauce for about 10 uears. Previously on all of my solid body electrics and now on my Martin acoustic. I no longer play solid body electrics at all, I sold all of them and the gear with them. I have been using the same tube of nut sauce for about 6 years. It keeps my strings from grinding on my guitars custom bone nut. There is no pinging noise when I tune. I use it at every string change. I do agree a much thinner applicator would be nice. I use a piece of floral wire that my wife gave me for applying the sauce in my nut slots and it works perfectly, it fits in even my high e string slot. You can get this at Wal-Mart in the craft section very cheap. I highly recommend this product, especially for bone nuts or any acoustic.
ProsStops excess wear on the bone nut on my Martin acoustic. Also stops that pinging sound you hear when tuning. That sound more often than not is your strings sticking at the nut. Also a tube lasts a very long time. I'm on my 6th year and still have plenty left.
ConsYes a smaller or thinner applicator would be nice but, the floral wire I mentioned above works great, it's cheap and easy to find.
By Paulius
Alameda, CA
Good nut lubricqnt
April 29, 2015
This helps to keep my trem guitars in tune. I use it on all the places that strings has contact with.
ProsEasy to use Lasts long time
ConsAplicant stick could be thinner
By Azi
A little dab will do ya
December 18, 2012
A syringe full of petroleum jelly (aka Vaseline) pushed through the smallest of openings is what you're buying.

Does it work? In a word, yes.
ProsThe syringe has an angled tip and you also receive two small foam-tipped applicators to apply the product to your liking.
ConsThe applicators have already started to wear out after six usages. The company should either improve the quality of the applicators or include more.

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