#1
Alright so here's the story. I was playing guitar, jamming through some of my favorite songs, when all of a sudden my low string (tuned down to C) sounds like it's slipped off the bridge or out of it's nut slot. So I stop to look, thinking it's a simple problem, when, to my absolute horror, I notice that the nut has broken, leaving the string to just hang limply off of the neck of the guitar.

Now my question is, where can I find a replacement nut for a Jackson JS30RR?
Or just a replacement nut to fit this guitar.
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#2
replacement nuts usually have to be custom made for your guitar. i had a bone nut made, installed, and set-up for 40 bucks, including material.
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#3
Try to get a graphite nut from the factory, if they don't send to regular joes get a dealer to order it for you.
#4
Okay thanks. So if I do go the custom route, what is the best type of material to use that will help prevent this from happening again?

EDIT: Emailed Stew-Mac as it seems they're the only ones on this god forsaken planet that can help me through this. Would a graphite nut be the best choice in this case? Or is there something better than that that will keep my tone and not break?
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a kazoo will rock some ass for like 85 cents.



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Krik harmret cuz he can prey der gertur wit te wurr wurr pedar!!



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Last edited by bombsquadjunky at Mar 19, 2009,