These Gotoh round 'barrel' shaped string trees offer a smoother surface with less friction than the vintage bent sheet metal 'butterfly' trees for maintaining the string break angle across the nut on Stratocaster style guitars, meaning the strings return to pitch more accurately during bending and tremolo use. This pack of 2 contains 1 short and 1 tall string tree, each string tree holds 2 strings, the short tree would normally be used for the top e-B strings then the tall tree for the G-D strings.
|Smooth surfact produces less friction on the strings
|Maintains the break angle of the strings across the nut
|1 Short and 1 tall string tree
|Made in Japan
|Manufacturer Part Number
4.9 out of 5
Peter R. Verified Purchase
These replaced some cheap string trees on a Stratocaster style guitar. So easy to fit, and they look the business. Good service from Glued To Music.
Chris P. Verified Purchase
High quality product
Very well designed and manufactured and matched the gotoh tuners.
David B. Verified Purchase
Extra string tree for my Yamaha Pacifica
The Gotah string trees were delivered within the promised time scale.
The 'trees' were very East to fit. Just a very small shallow hole to drill with my smallest wood drill bit was needed. The whole process took no longer than 20 minutes in total.
Very good product and service from gluedtomusic.com Thankyou.
Demetrius B. Verified Purchase
Pete B. Verified Purchase
Impoves tuning of squire mustang no end. Who knew?
Paul G. Verified Purchase
Great upgrade to my squire string trees. Look great too
The regular string trees on my Squire Vintage modified we catching on the strings leading to occasional tuning problems. These are a great solution look good too. I’ve purchased more for my other Fender style guitars. Glued to music are great BTW. Turn orders round v quickly with no postage charged even on inexpensive parts.
John D. Verified Purchase
Great quality string trees.
William D. Verified Purchase
Small and Neat
These are much better than the more clunky "roller" saddles. Having the different heights of spacing collars is a good idea.
Alan C. Verified Purchase
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