#1
i have broken the thing that the string has to go thru to go onto the fret board that is under the tuner( on my bass its white)
and im wondering if i can take the one from my other bass and put it on this one
and if i can do it easily
#4
sounds like a broken nut? maybe show a picture. if so- have it taken to a professional... nut repairs are not easily done
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#5
yea im refering to the nut, would there be an easy wai to get one of one bass to anotehr?
#6
just buy a new nut. they are not too expensive
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#7
im going to but i want to put these strings on my better guitar now so i can play cuz idk how long it will be till i can get a ride to a guitar store, so is there a wai
#8
you could carve one out of a piece of plastic or something for now
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#9
I make wood ones. Granted.. they aren't very good. But I use them on my acoustic guitars, so whatever.
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#10
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im going to but i want to put these strings on my better guitar now so i can play cuz idk how long it will be till i can get a ride to a guitar store, so is there a wai


Yes there is a "wai."

Buy one online.
Have someone bring one to you.

or

Wait a little while.
#11
Nuts aren't much. You can get one made from actual bone (both durable and way cooler than plastic ones, duh) for a cheap buck. Also, If you bring them your bass, they will probably give you a quick lesson in how to work yourself around the nut and string gauges if you're lucky.
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#13
I broke the one on my bass recently too. Musicians friend and guitar center both have them for $9.00
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