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May 24, 2009 · Remove wood from BEHIND the nut. Keep the fret space exactly the same from the edge of the nut to the first fret. If you shorten that space you will certainly ruin it. Removing the wood from behind the nut doesn't give me enough space for the locking nut to fit properly. I may need a new neck after all. New accessory seeks to make Floyd Rose string changes quicker. Anyone who’s used a guitar with a locking nut will have experienced the occasional frantic search for a hex key to change their strings, but Texas accessories firm Tone Vise hopes to make that a thing of the past with its new Keyless Locks. The Locks are designed to be a simple DIY retrofit onto Floyd Rose, Gotoh and Ibanez-style locking nut bases, and installation should just take a few minutes, says Tone Vise.

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