Okay in my quest for making my Maestro sound as good as it can, and knowing that when I cut a new nut out of bone how much the instrument improved-I was wondering if all y'all had any sources for saddle material?
I don't know a lot about TUSQ(?) vs. bone. I understand TUSQ is a synthetic material but is it plastic-in which case I might as well stick with the plastic already in the guitar. Also what about "compensated" saddles? Certain catalogs and on line places have compensated saddles for Martins and Taylors, but nothing for Gibbies. Finally will say a saddle for a Taylor or Martin fit a Gibson, as I can't seem to locate any cut for Gibson?
Wassup Janice? This guy Bob Colosi has very nice saddle/nut stuff, and I think the saddle is more of a sound link than the nut, but check him out and open your wallet wide. I just buy a blank bone piece from Guitar Plus USA and shape it. He's at