We recently had this beautiful Ibanez AF155 electric guitar come in store for some work. (How nice is that sunburst finish?!)
The owner wanted some new guitar parts fitted; a Zero Glide Nut, a new ART-W style roller bridge and an Ibanez vibrato all fitted. The bridge & tailpiece were already provided and just needed to be fitted. The vibrato needed just a few new holes drilled for the mounting screws.
The zero fret however was a little bit more work as none of the Zero Glides were a direct fit. The ZS-5 had the correct spacing but had the wrong profile. The ZS-1 had the right radius but didn’t have the correct string spacing and was far too thick. In the end, we had to go for a ZB-2. The ZB models are all “blank” versions which meant slotting the nut with the correct spacing. Being much larger than the original nut, it also require a fair amount of sanding to get down to the right size.
A new set of strings and a setup; the guitar was good to go. We even posted it back to him.