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GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins

GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins

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GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
GraphTech PP-1122-00 TUSQ Acoustic Guitar Bridge Pins
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Color: White


Features

  • White w/ black dot
  • Martin 2mm
  • 6 pc set

Description

Color:White TUSQ Bridge Pins


Item Weight: 0.8 ounces


Product Dimensions: 5.31 x 5 x 0.75 inches


Item model number: PP-1122-00


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: July 16, 2004


Color Name: White


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Color: White


Features

  • White w/ black dot
  • Martin 2mm
  • 6 pc set

Description

Color:White TUSQ Bridge Pins


Item Weight: 0.8 ounces


Product Dimensions: 5.31 x 5 x 0.75 inches


Item model number: PP-1122-00


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: July 16, 2004


Color Name: White


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • White w/ black dot
  • Martin 2mm
  • 6 pc set

Description

Color:White TUSQ Bridge Pins


Item Weight: 0.8 ounces


Product Dimensions: 5.31 x 5 x 0.75 inches


Item model number: PP-1122-00


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: July 16, 2004


Color Name: White


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thechoochlyman - Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2020
Great tone-improving choice for most 1.3T guitars!
I've used these pins on a lot of guitars, and I always hear a huge improvement over plastic. Bone pins will add a bit more nuance than these do, but 200% of the money for a 5% tone difference just isn't worth it at times. These pins are size 1.3T, which means they have a .203" diameter (or a hair more) just under the skirt of the pin, with a 3 degree taper. It seems that MOST modern guitars have 3 degree pins, although there are a few exceptions. It's pretty easy to see the difference between a 3 and 5 degree pin though, so if you're unsure there's a difference they are probably the same. These pins may be very slightly tight in some guitars - or in some specific holes - and in that scenario I'd recommend using some 320-600 grit paper to sand each pin until it fits barely snug in the hole you're fitting it to. You do NOT want the pin to be tight when the skirt of the pin touches the wood of the bridge, or the head of the pin sticking up over the bridge. When this happens, it is possible for the bridge to split between the pins if the humidity raises very much; not to mention it can also make the pins very difficult to remove in general. When properly fit, the pins will fall to the bottom of the hole and may be just a little "sticky" at the bottom when you push down on it. If you have to push really hard and the pin doesn't go all the way to the bottom, it is not fit properly. Because these pins are all injection molded and therefore very consistent in size, I like to use them as a guide for reaming out inconsistently cut bridge pin holes. On some guitars I've put these in, one of two will fit nicely at the bottom but all the rest will stick up somewhat. When this happens I like to use the Grizzly 3 degree bridge pin reamer (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00012YFS0/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) to very slowly (1-2 revolutions at a time) enlarge the holes until all the pins fit the same. This reamer only has one flute, so it makes it much more difficult to take out too much material and permanently screw up your bridge. I've frequently used these pins in a lot of Alvarez and Takamine (Japan) guitars. In the first photo I have these pins installed in an Alvarez ABT610E Baritone guitar, and although the taper was fine, I did have to greatly enlarge the slots going through the low B and E pins before the strings would fit. Nonetheless, it was a great tone improvement that I immediately noticed. Same thing goes for the vintage Takamine F365S in my second photo, although I had to ream those pins quite a bit due to the varying depth of the holes. Thanks for coming to my TED talk - I hope this helps everyone better understand bridge pin fitment.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Donna - Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2020
Eh. Not impressed
The quality of these pins is low in my opinion, especially when compared to Waverly bone pins that are highly polished and precision made on a lathe. I can see visible inconsistencies in these pins that make them look like plastic. Don’t get me wrong, they’re definitely tusk. They just look like cheap plastic pins. I’m also not a fan of the stark white color. I prefer that off-white/cream color You get from bone. I could probably get past all these shortcomings if the heads were flawless but one of the black dot fillings came out of the head of one of the pins and doesn’t match the rest of them so I’m returning them for that reason

4.0 out of 5 stars
By ds - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2016
Definitely better than plastic pins
Updating a 36-year old Takamine F340. First I installed the TUSQ fully compensated saddle. That made a big, very noticeable improvement in the tone. Now I have installed the TUSQ bridge pins to replace some plastic pins I bought ages ago. The improvement is more marginal but I think I can detect more brightness and "ring" based on my first impression. (I did these upgrades using the same string set start to finish). My only criticism is that I had to file down the diameter of the pins to get them to fit - no way I was going to drill out the holes! That's not a hard task but it took some time to get them all fitting with an even height, so minus 1 star for that.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By homertoeclipper - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020
Had to drill out the bridge to get fit on my guitar.
I have an 45 year old Alvarez 5022. I converted to a bone nut/saddle on the guitar over 30 years ago. Finally did the bridge pins. I did have to drill out all holes one size up and the pins then fit in well. Fitted New Diaddario lights and yes, I can hear a distinct difference. Sustain is way improved and there is a nice clarity to the tone. The old guitar is an old friend that has surprisingly new life now. Yes, buying the pins was a very good move.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ryland Morey - Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2020
Buy them. Have a professional install them.
Used these to replace plastic bridge pins. Sustain and volume were greatly improved. I had to bore out the pin holes to get these to fit properly. DO NOT DO THIS UNLESS YOU HAVE THE PROPER TOOLS AND KNOWLEDGE. It is very easy to remove too much material and ruin your guitar. Bridge plate repair on an acoustic guitar is expensive and rarely sounds the same afterwords. These pair nicely with a tusq bridge and nut.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By babb230 - Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
Oversize bridge pins
Bridge pins were shown to be approx. .203" but the ones I received were all close to .208" and will not fit my Guild. I will have to sand them all down which will take considerable time since I have a 12 string guitar. Very disappointed.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2019
Nice upgrade from OEM plastic dreck.
Arrived quickly, well packaged and easily installed. I think Tusq bridge pins improve the tone (I already have installed new Tusq saddle and nut.) It may not be a huge difference, but it is noticeable and I feel better knowing those cheap plastic pins are not part of my Seagull M6 anymore. The pin for the low E wanted to back out but after the 3rd re-do it seems to be seated against the string snugly. Very happy with these.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By MARTIN HILL - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
Good Product, But Didn't Fit My Alvarez Delta00/TSB
These pins arrived in excellent packaging, and the Tusq material fully met my expectation of high quality. The only issue is that the diameter just below the pin head is slightly too large to fit the saddle holes on my Alvarez Delta00/TSB. This causes each pin to stick up about an eighth of an inch higher than they should. I'm leaving this review just in case you are considering purchasing these for the Delta00. The pins themselves are excellent (thus the 4 stars), just not right for my guitar. I may be able to use them on other guitars I have, but haven't tried yet.

Top Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thechoochlyman - Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2020
Great tone-improving choice for most 1.3T guitars!
I've used these pins on a lot of guitars, and I always hear a huge improvement over plastic. Bone pins will add a bit more nuance than these do, but 200% of the money for a 5% tone difference just isn't worth it at times. These pins are size 1.3T, which means they have a .203" diameter (or a hair more) just under the skirt of the pin, with a 3 degree taper. It seems that MOST modern guitars have 3 degree pins, although there are a few exceptions. It's pretty easy to see the difference between a 3 and 5 degree pin though, so if you're unsure there's a difference they are probably the same. These pins may be very slightly tight in some guitars - or in some specific holes - and in that scenario I'd recommend using some 320-600 grit paper to sand each pin until it fits barely snug in the hole you're fitting it to. You do NOT want the pin to be tight when the skirt of the pin touches the wood of the bridge, or the head of the pin sticking up over the bridge. When this happens, it is possible for the bridge to split between the pins if the humidity raises very much; not to mention it can also make the pins very difficult to remove in general. When properly fit, the pins will fall to the bottom of the hole and may be just a little "sticky" at the bottom when you push down on it. If you have to push really hard and the pin doesn't go all the way to the bottom, it is not fit properly. Because these pins are all injection molded and therefore very consistent in size, I like to use them as a guide for reaming out inconsistently cut bridge pin holes. On some guitars I've put these in, one of two will fit nicely at the bottom but all the rest will stick up somewhat. When this happens I like to use the Grizzly 3 degree bridge pin reamer (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00012YFS0/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_asin_title_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) to very slowly (1-2 revolutions at a time) enlarge the holes until all the pins fit the same. This reamer only has one flute, so it makes it much more difficult to take out too much material and permanently screw up your bridge. I've frequently used these pins in a lot of Alvarez and Takamine (Japan) guitars. In the first photo I have these pins installed in an Alvarez ABT610E Baritone guitar, and although the taper was fine, I did have to greatly enlarge the slots going through the low B and E pins before the strings would fit. Nonetheless, it was a great tone improvement that I immediately noticed. Same thing goes for the vintage Takamine F365S in my second photo, although I had to ream those pins quite a bit due to the varying depth of the holes. Thanks for coming to my TED talk - I hope this helps everyone better understand bridge pin fitment.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Donna - Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2020
Eh. Not impressed
The quality of these pins is low in my opinion, especially when compared to Waverly bone pins that are highly polished and precision made on a lathe. I can see visible inconsistencies in these pins that make them look like plastic. Don’t get me wrong, they’re definitely tusk. They just look like cheap plastic pins. I’m also not a fan of the stark white color. I prefer that off-white/cream color You get from bone. I could probably get past all these shortcomings if the heads were flawless but one of the black dot fillings came out of the head of one of the pins and doesn’t match the rest of them so I’m returning them for that reason

4.0 out of 5 stars
By ds - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2016
Definitely better than plastic pins
Updating a 36-year old Takamine F340. First I installed the TUSQ fully compensated saddle. That made a big, very noticeable improvement in the tone. Now I have installed the TUSQ bridge pins to replace some plastic pins I bought ages ago. The improvement is more marginal but I think I can detect more brightness and "ring" based on my first impression. (I did these upgrades using the same string set start to finish). My only criticism is that I had to file down the diameter of the pins to get them to fit - no way I was going to drill out the holes! That's not a hard task but it took some time to get them all fitting with an even height, so minus 1 star for that.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By homertoeclipper - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2020
Had to drill out the bridge to get fit on my guitar.
I have an 45 year old Alvarez 5022. I converted to a bone nut/saddle on the guitar over 30 years ago. Finally did the bridge pins. I did have to drill out all holes one size up and the pins then fit in well. Fitted New Diaddario lights and yes, I can hear a distinct difference. Sustain is way improved and there is a nice clarity to the tone. The old guitar is an old friend that has surprisingly new life now. Yes, buying the pins was a very good move.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ryland Morey - Reviewed in the United States on November 9, 2020
Buy them. Have a professional install them.
Used these to replace plastic bridge pins. Sustain and volume were greatly improved. I had to bore out the pin holes to get these to fit properly. DO NOT DO THIS UNLESS YOU HAVE THE PROPER TOOLS AND KNOWLEDGE. It is very easy to remove too much material and ruin your guitar. Bridge plate repair on an acoustic guitar is expensive and rarely sounds the same afterwords. These pair nicely with a tusq bridge and nut.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By babb230 - Reviewed in the United States on May 3, 2020
Oversize bridge pins
Bridge pins were shown to be approx. .203" but the ones I received were all close to .208" and will not fit my Guild. I will have to sand them all down which will take considerable time since I have a 12 string guitar. Very disappointed.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Customer - Reviewed in the United States on October 30, 2019
Nice upgrade from OEM plastic dreck.
Arrived quickly, well packaged and easily installed. I think Tusq bridge pins improve the tone (I already have installed new Tusq saddle and nut.) It may not be a huge difference, but it is noticeable and I feel better knowing those cheap plastic pins are not part of my Seagull M6 anymore. The pin for the low E wanted to back out but after the 3rd re-do it seems to be seated against the string snugly. Very happy with these.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By MARTIN HILL - Reviewed in the United States on April 28, 2019
Good Product, But Didn't Fit My Alvarez Delta00/TSB
These pins arrived in excellent packaging, and the Tusq material fully met my expectation of high quality. The only issue is that the diameter just below the pin head is slightly too large to fit the saddle holes on my Alvarez Delta00/TSB. This causes each pin to stick up about an eighth of an inch higher than they should. I'm leaving this review just in case you are considering purchasing these for the Delta00. The pins themselves are excellent (thus the 4 stars), just not right for my guitar. I may be able to use them on other guitars I have, but haven't tried yet.