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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws

Pull Stroke Gauged Saws

Pull Stroke Gauged Saws 0.010" (0.25mm)

0.010" (0.25mm)

Item # 3570
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$12.03

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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws 0.015" (0.38mm)

0.015" (0.38mm)

Item # 3571
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$12.03

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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws 0.020" (0.51mm)

0.020" (0.51mm)

Item # 3572
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$12.03

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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws 0.025" (0.64mm)

0.025" (0.64mm)

Item # 3573
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$12.03

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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws 0.030" (0.76mm)

0.030" (0.76mm)

Item # 3574
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$12.03

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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws, Set of 5

Set of 5

Item # 3606
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List Price $60.15
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Pull Stroke Gauged Saws

About This Item

Quickly rough-in new slots with these low-profile saws, and save your nut files to refine the depth and width. Improved: Pull-cut teeth for smoother jam-free sawing.

Handy for trimming nuts, saddles, bridge blanks, violin pegs and other small parts, too.

Each saw has a 5" x 7/16" (127mm x 11.11mm) steel blade with 22 teeth per inch, and a comfortable turned wooden handle.


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Instructions

Product Instructions

Making a Nut, Step-by-Step

Dan Erlewine, of Stewart-MacDonald's R&D Team, walks you through making and installing a new nut.

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Great product, but a little overpriced.

5.0

A necessity

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For everything from starting nut slots to precision cuts. You can’t build a guitar in your basement or anywhere else without one.

5.0

Nice saw

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Great for all sorts of things .

3.0

Very useful during vintage refret

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These are very useful during vintage guitar re-fret work. I am on my third set and have only cut Indian and Brazilian rosewood Many low cost older guitars used frets with narrow tangs. Sawing out to .025 is required for use with Stewmac 155 or 145 fret wire. However, the cut width depends on the kerf width which equals the as listed cutting width. For example, on a new .025 saw the teeth wear down quickly such that the cut width reduces to .021 or down to the thickness of the blade. Once that kerf is gone these are tough to use! I sure do wish these were made from better steel. They are just handy as all get out when new. Looks like I am going to have to purchase yet another set.

5.0

Works Great

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Been practicing on some bone and these saws are effortless!

5.0

Amazing!

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These cut through bone like a hot knife through butter! Fantastic time saver and will save a lot of wear and tear on your nut files too. I used them to get most of the way there on my slots and then fine tuned everyting with my usual nut files.

5.0

Fantastic and quick!

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These saws are sharp and cut through the hand carved cattle bone I am using for nuts. Very smooth strokes. I am sure they will take out plastic or tusq with easy!

5.0

Just what i needed

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Verified Buyer


This saw is the perfect tool for frets and guitar nuts

5.0

Works for Fret slots too

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I have used the traditional fret slotting saw for years, but recently I purchased the 0.020" version and found it to be a great saw for slotting a fingerboard. I suppose the resulting cut isn't as clean, but nothing that a little light sanding of the fingerboard cant fix.

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Saw

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saw for sawing grooves for Frets

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