#1
I just ran into a bit of a problem with my Yamaha Pacifica: as I was playing, the nut just popped off to the side. It looks exactly like this:
http://img178.imageshack.us/img178/14/img1588wx7.jpg (huge picture warning!)

I was wondering if this is the type of problem that I could fix at home, or will I need to take my guitar into the shop.
#2
it hapened because you wrapped the strings around the tuning pegs backwards. you could either take the strings off and glue it back yourself, or take it to a professional and have them glue it back on.

EDIT: nvm. just realised its a lefty. its strung up correctly.. but you can still glue it back on. unless it just pops back on. im not completely sure.
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#4
just move it back to where it was. it things sound weird, take it toget repaired, cuz your intonation might be a bit scrwed
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#5
It's needs to be reglued. Or it will just keep happening.
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