# Nut File - Edge-Cut, for slotting guitar nuts

Pictured: .010"
Pictured: .013"
Pictured: .016"
Pictured: .024"
Pictured: .028"
Pictured: .032"
Pictured: .036"
Pictured: .042"
Pictured: .046"
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 SKU: S-T213 Item ID: 009871
 List Price: $11.50 Starting at:$10.35 You Save: \$1.15 (10%)
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• .016"
are currently out of stock and will be placed on backorder.

Edge cut nut files in popular gauges specially designed for slotting nuts. These files cut a smooth, round bottom slot. Also great for slotting tune-o-matic bridge saddles!

Always try and use a file gauge that’s not more than a couple thousandths larger than the gauge of string you are using. Smaller files can be used to create wider slots by using a side-to-side movement while cutting.

• 4.5” cutting edge
• Double sided (both sides are the same gauge)
• 10 gauges available
• Sold individually*

*See S-T213-SET for a set of all 10 sizes.

Part Numbers
WidthOur Part NumberUPC/EAN
.010"S-T213-010609722145695
.013"S-T213-013609722145701
.016"S-T213-016609722145718
.024"S-T213-024609722145725
.028"S-T213-028609722145732
.032"S-T213-032609722145749
.036"S-T213-036609722145756
.042"S-T213-042609722145763
.046"S-T213-046609722145770
.056"S-T213-056609722145787

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## Product Reviews

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5.00 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
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5 out of 5

I ORDERED FOUR FILES , ALL ARRIVED FINE EXCEPT FOR ONE WHICH HAD A 1/4" WAVER AT ONE END . WHICH I ASSUME WAS DUE TO THE SOFT SHIPPING PACKAGE. HOWEVER THIS DID NOT AFFECT ITS USAGE. AFTER TRYING VARIOUS FILEING METHODS WITH MAKESHIFF FILES FOR HOURS, THESE FILES TOOK ME ABOUT FOURTY MINUTES TO MAKE MY NUT. NOTHING LIKE THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE JOB.

- August 14th, 2018
5
5 out of 5

These are the same files sold by Ibanez some years back. They were generally well liked by most luthiers, and were a common item on my bench too. I rather like them, and have a set of them, and Hiroshima files too. Japan makes some very fine steel, and usually their files are quite nicely made. Every so often you get a malformed file. I am sure Antique would guarantee against a poorly formed file, so check them all out and inspect them all, BEFORE you use any of them. A bad file is not very common, & in fact is rather rare, but it can happen.

- July 16th, 2016