Guitar Nut And Saddle Shims Strips


Ebony and Bone guitar shims and shim materials for guitar nuts and saddles.

If your saddle sits too low in the bridge here is a handy-dandy little kit to give it a lift and set it up for a nice ride.

Using ebony shims, correctly attached to the bottom of the saddle is the most time-honored method of doing it right, and doing it permanently.

An instrument with a properly shimmed saddle will suffer NO tonal loss.

Guitar Saddle Shim Strips/ Ebony

Guitar Saddle Shim Stock. 4 Gaboon ebony shim stock strips.

.080″ thick and 4.25 inches long each. Sanded one side.

Each strip measures 1/8″ wide, .080″ thick ( 80/1000) and 4.25 inches long.

Guitar Saddle Shim Strips/ Bone

4 bone shim strips sanded one side.

Each strip measures .080″ thick by 1/8″ + wide and 4.25 inches long.

Each strip measures 1/8″ wide, .080″ thick ( 80/1000) and 4.25 inches long.

Guitar Nut Shim Strips/Bone

Guitar nut bone shim. 3 Strips measuring.080″ X 1/4″ X 2.2″ each. Sanded one side.

In some cases a shim is needed for a nut and so here we are.

3 bone shim strips for nuts. .080″ X 1/4″ X 2.2″. Sanded very smooth and flat one side. This side is ready to be super glued to the bottom of the nut.

This should give a nice lift to 3 of your favorite nuts. Attach to the bottom of existing low riding nut with superglue or an epoxy. After drying you can trim and sand the new nut and re-set into position.

Guitar Nut Shims -Ebony

Ebony Guitar Nut Shims. 4 strips.

This selection contains 4 ebony guitar shims. Two of them are cut at 1/16″ X 1/4 ” + X 2.2 inches long and the other two are cut at .100″ X 1/4″+ X 2.2 inches long.