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I'm looking for a Fender strat style string tree with a tall spacer for the G and D strings. Didn't see the tall spacer tree on your site. They have them on Amazon.ca, but I would rather not go there unless I have to. Thanks.
 

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I'm looking for a Fender strat style string tree with a tall spacer for the G and D strings. Didn't see the tall spacer tree on your site. They have them on Amazon.ca, but I would rather not go there unless I have to. Thanks.
Maybe they can get you something like this:
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I don't see them on the nextgen webpage but they offer the graphtech nuts, could probably order some I would think. Graphtech also lists the string tree's separately or in these kits.

I have a MIM strat and love it, was thinking of swapping the nut someday with a graphtech and stumbled across these.

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I'm looking for a Fender strat style string tree with a tall spacer for the G and D strings. Didn't see the tall spacer tree on your site. They have them on Amazon.ca, but I would rather not go there unless I have to. Thanks.
It's always best to contact the business directly for product related questions. For the sake of the forum and because you'll get a better answer more quickly by doing that. I don't look at GC much while at work and usually can't even answer questions like this when I'm outside the office.
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I'm looking for a Fender strat style string tree with a tall spacer for the G and D strings. Didn't see the tall spacer tree on your site. They have them on Amazon.ca, but I would rather not go there unless I have to. Thanks.
Let me know if they don't have any.

I prob have one on my parts drawer.

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edit - I don't know why it posted twice
 
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