Can the PTC create a custom nut for a C24 Floyd?

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  1. cags12

    cags12 New Member

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    I got a PRS C24 Floyd which I am planning to stabilize or possible block for backwards pulls. I'd like to remove the locking nut so I can access alternate turnings more easily. However, as I still want to have the possibility of using the trem, I wonder how good the stock metal nut (unlocked) is for tuning stability.

    I wonder if the PTC can create a custom nut with the same profile but with their magical material and screw-able as the original Floyd nut? All to make it reversible.
     
  2. sergiodeblanc

    sergiodeblanc Rah rah ah ah ah!

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    You could just get a regular nut and lightly glue it on...
     
  3. cags12

    cags12 New Member

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    That can be done, also I could make a Graphtech one, they sell the blanks. However, I am looking for a pro-made, pro-looking, pro-PRS option. :)
     
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    There was one now discontinued sold by AllParts.
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    This is the idea I have that I'd like the PTC make for me.
     
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    If it's got locking tuners then leave the locking clamps off and see what happens. Probably won't work but it' worth a shot.
     
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