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Get a Custom Truss Rod Cover for your Taylor Guitar with a three-hole truss rod cover.
All of our Truss Rod Covers consist of a finished top layer (Black Ebony, Santos Rosewood, Indian Rosewood, AAA Curly Koa, or Purpleheart) with two base layers of Santos Rosewood. We use this layered construction on a base of Santos Rosewood for enhanced durability.
With a range of symbols and inlays, we have the perfect truss rod to accent your guitar.
We make our Truss Rods out of multiple layers of wood, cross hatching layers of veneer to make them stronger.
Here is an in depth look into how our truss rods are built.
We love the Save The Bees Truss Rod Covers. I have one on my Taylor KOA and I am waiting to put one on my 914 or 912 haven't decided which one to buy yet. You won't be disappointed. They are SPECIAL and BEAUTIFUL.
Ordered this truss rod for my Epiphone Dot & had to ask for a different size than those displayed Thalia Capos were great at getting the right fit, thank you so much. Love how it looks Love your company & products
Two years ago, my parents passed away. Most of their estate had been spent in providing care for them in the last few years but they did leave each of us a couple of grand. I decided to spend mine on the guitars I always wanted. An LP and a 335. The engraved truss rod covers read "Sheila" and "Doc" an are a fitting tribute to the two most important people in my life. Service was swift and the covers look great. I wish this review allowed pictures.
This is the second Thaila custom truss rod cover I have ordered! The other was a Save the Bees model for my Guild and this one is for my Gibson J100 extra! Beautiful work and craftsmanship, wonderful options to choose from and best of all, it has my name on it! Thanks Thalia!
Thalia Truss Rod Covers fit a wide range of guitar makes & models. You can print out the shape template to match it to your guitar or you can search for your make and model in this list to determine which shape you will need.
Please Note: We have also included common guitars that do not have truss rod covers for completeness.Truss Rod Shape Guide
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