String Saver Saddles - Originals and Classics

What material is String Saver made out of?
String Saver is made from a proprietary material which is precision engineered under high pressure and heat. It is impregnated with PTFE throughout so it wi...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 9:57 AM
Will the PTFE wear off the saddles?
PTFE is impregnated throughout our saddles, so its lubricating properties will never wear out.
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 9:57 AM
What is the difference between String Saver Saddles and TUSQ saddles?
The major difference is that String Savers are impregnated with PTFE.  Since PTFE is 500% slipperier than graphite it eases the grip of the saddle on the st...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 9:59 AM
What is the difference between String Saver Originals and String Saver Classics?
String Saver Originals are made completely from our String Saver material whereas String Saver Classics are a steel saddle with a small insert of the Stri...
Fri, 10 Jun, 2016 at 8:36 AM
What if the strings start to dig into the saddle?
If you’re experiencing any kind of binding, you can easily fold a piece of 200 Grit sand paper and sand the notch off.  Again, being a consistent material y...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 10:25 AM
Can I modify String Saver Originals for my guitar?
Due to the consistency of our String Saver Originals, it is extremely easy to work with.  You can easily modify it with fine grit sandpaper or other commonl...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 10:25 AM
How do I know what saddle to use for my Tune-o-matic bridge?
The best way to find what saddle will work on your bridge, check all the markings form the underside of your bridge and see our fit chart for the saddle tha...
Thu, 27 Aug, 2015 at 10:36 AM
If a string starts breaking using String Saver Saddles
The reason a string breaks is stress on a specific point of the string. Metal (saddle) to Metal (strings) is "sticky" and locks the string into po...
Wed, 10 Feb, 2016 at 4:50 PM