#1
The nut on my les paul busted the other night (haha busted nut) and i need to switch it. I just went out and bought a new one made from graphite. The problem is I can't seem to get the old nut out. What should i do?
#2
It's glued in. Unless you know what you're doing, I'd recommend taking it to a repair shop and let them install the new one. If you don't have the proper tools, it's easy to mess things up.
#3
before you do anything else tape over the fretboard. then, get a piece of wood and a mallet. EXTREMELY GENTLY tap the nut with the wood by hitting the wood with the mallet. do this on both sides until it is loose.
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#4
Make sure you take a razor blade along the edges where the paint touches it. Then put something against it form the fret board side and smack it should come right off.