I need to change the nut on my Clifford Essex Professional. It currently has an ebony one but I'm not happy with the string spacing.

Would you replace with ebony or bone or perhaps something else?

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Comment by Trapdoor2 on November 19, 2019 at 16:38

If ebony isn't available, bone does a good job...but I prefer replacing dark with dark. A bone nut just doesn't look right to me if the original was ebony. Any of the harder woods will work so don't hesitate to use stuff like Ipe or Coco-Bolo, any of the various Rosewoods or whatever you have on hand.

Comment by Keith Wilson on Sunday
  • just for the record Clifford Essex used both ,at least on the Paragon Model.

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