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Guitar Grease

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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 container (.25 ounce).


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4.5
  • 4.38 average rating from 42 reviews
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5.0

Greasy Monkey

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Simply love it! Goes a long way in allowing strings better deal with friction stresses caused by the laws of physics involved in stringed instruments. I do a lot of string bending on my acoustic, not to mention frequently changing the tuning, and have noticed significant improvements in tuning stability using the Guitar Grease. Haven't had the chance to test tuning stability on my Strat's tremolo system just yet due to a still ongoing modding project. But I'm sure the result will be no less impressive!
In conclusion, your hands might stink like a racing car mechanic afterwards, but the results are definitely worth it! Nothing a little hand soap can't remedy of course :).
Definitely recommend!

5.0

Works well for what it is

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Was not sure how well this would work in the nut grooves but it does lube the strings effectively. First time I've lubed the nut and was really surprised at how much quicker and more accurately the guitar tunes. Works well for my application and didn't cost much. What's not to like?

5.0

Works well

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The only lubricant I put on my nuts.

It looks black in the jar, but it is quite transparent when applied.

5.0

Best guitar grease!

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Great product, fast service and shipping, thank you!!!

1.0

What difference?

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Applied to 4 basses. All have properly sized nut slots.
The strings that adjusted freely, are smoother.
The sticky strings are, by and large, still sticky.
Maybe the nut material is critical?

4.0

Slick

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

5.0

1 enough

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

4.0

Guitar Grease

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

5.0

Dont use pencil dust...

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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.

5.0

Guitar Grease

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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

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