- Guitar Nut and Saddle Sander
- Quality contruction - aluminum body with brass knobs
- Accomadate both acoustic saddles and nuts
- Helps sand bottom square
- Easy to use
The Nut and Saddle Sander is designed to hold a nut or an acoustic saddle so you can easily create a square bottom surface.
After installing the nut or saddle, slide the sander across a strip of sandpaper attached to a flat surface. You are all done when all wheels start to turn. Use the two screws on top to remove the precise amount of material. Those two knobs can be adjusted independently to precisely adjust the tilt of an acoustic bridge saddle.
This tool is typically used after shaping a saddle or nut to its final shape.
MM or CM to Fractions of Inches
This device will precisely sand the bottom of a nut to a perfect level whilst saving your fingertips from sandpaper one caveat using this device to sand down a bone nut is slow work and takes some time to wear away the material
This tool works beautifully- completely satisfied. For a perfectly flat surface I’m using a piece of stone kitchen countertop.
I use this tool to get really close. Then i take the wheels off to go to the final height. It makes the measurement perfect. Love this tool. its saved me alot of time and increased my income.
Huge time saver - great investment for luthiers
I first purchased a Guyker nut saddle sander off Amazon. That one had major design flaws and despite looking like the real deal, would not work well at all. Returned it. I purchased this nut and saddle sander and everything was perfect, except it rocked a tiny little bit on a precision ground granite surface plate. Everything else was perfect though, but I returned it in hopes of better tolerances. I then bought the StewMac nut saddle sander for a LOT more money, and it rocked less, at first. Now it rolls with only three wheels touching. I feel I would’ve been happier keeping this saddle sander over the StewMac one for two reasons: the price, and there’s no annoying nut insert thing. That useless insert really is annoying on the StewMac version. I realize now how little that tiny rock meant. Doing a little math(geometry) that little height variation translated into something so ridiculously tiny it makes no difference at all. it really is also a moot point considering the negligible initial tighter tolerance of the StewMac version is gone. I recommend this saddle sander over all others I’ve had. Maybe I’ll rebuy it someday.
I like this tool. It makes the job of making nuts and saddles much easier. Once I got the hang of it, the nuts and saddle come out nice and flat. I would say I wish the top knobs were a little tighter, they seem a little loose, but still totally worth the money, and far cheaper than others on the market.
Works as described, reduced time and gives better squareness on the nut.
would like a owners operation manual--how to set up for angles,amount of material to take off--i used once & lowered too much--thank you.
Should be at least 6 stars! Great tool, great price!