Guitar Grease

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Graphite lubricant in handy paste form!
Apply Guitar Grease to nut slots for smooth tuning.

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Guitar Grease

Item # 3413
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Graphite lubricant in handy paste form!
Apply Guitar Grease to nut slots for smooth tuning.

It's also great for lubricating truss rod nuts and guitar hardware pivot points. Pocket-size +-ounce container.

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Guitar Grease

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By Buggz from Volcano,hi
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, February 13, 2014

Just did a string change on two electric guitars.I put this product on nut and saddles and under string made the tuners feel silky smooth and tuned up faster.Good stuff!

1 enough

By pablopuerto from Chile
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 12, 2013

I use it for all my guitars, for saddles and nut...I felt the difference.

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By KL from Christchurch, New Zealand
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, July 22, 2013

Alright to use if you are conservative in your application. Does all that is promises.

Dont use pencil dust...

By Mack L. from California
(Customer's Reviews) Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Use Guitar Grease, it is far superior to anything else and it stays put. I use the String Lifter to apply Guitar Grease to strings slots after the guitar is tuned up to pitch. The little container looks small but this is going to last through hundreds of applications. It works.

Guitar Grease

By bravo667 from Brampton, ON
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, May 20, 2013

Amazing product, for a while I was using graphite from pencils to colour the nut slots with but this stuff works 100% better. Use it on nut slots and saddle slots, I've even used it on my strat's 2 pivot bridge studs for smooth whammy operation

Gran Producto

By JEG Luthier from Argentina
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, October 22, 2012

Un Producto necesario para la puesta a punto del los instrumentos. recomendado

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By CWaggs from Illinois
(Customer's Reviews) Monday, September 24, 2012

A little messy, but mighty good stuff. Be careful on porous or cheap nuts, tho; it is black.

use it on all my guitars...and friends also...and fix jobs...

By chuck elkins from san diego, california
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 20, 2012

i was anxious to use guitar grease because i like to use grafite from a pencel...this stuff me the strings feel more slinky and they stay in tune...i noticed the difference immedediately...i'm gona stock up! should have bought three of four...i only have four guitars right now...but i use it on fix jobs and tune up jobs i do for friends...this stuff rocks! i highly recomend it...order some today! Chuck...elktone.


By JohnnyB from Jacksonville Beach, FL
(Customer's Reviews) Thursday, September 13, 2012

Keeps the strings moving in the nut slots freele. The can will last for years of playing pleasure!!

My experience with Stewmac

By Robert (Bob) Hardison from Columbia, Tn.
(Customer's Reviews) Sunday, August 26, 2012

I own several guitars and most have Bigsby or bigsby type tremolos which require tuning after you use the tremolo for a few times unless you have a roller bridge and without the guitar grease on the nut it still requires an occasional tuning each performance. With the Stewmac tusq XL nuts and the nuts you don't want to change because of cosmetic preferences makes the use of Stewmac guitar grease necessary. With the two products from Stewmac, all of my guitar's stay in tune. I've shopped from Stewmac for many years and have never been unsatisfied. They have helped me with their answers by email many times. Believe me from my past experience--they are professionals and know the right answers. Bob Hardison, Columbia, Tn

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