#2
Please re-phrase that question in a way that is a little less..... Profoundly Stupid.
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#4
You mean it is pulling away from the wood? That's bad, get it fixed before it breaks.
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#5
yeah thats what i mean
i wonder if my warranty covers it
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#6
Loosen the tension on the low E string until it's slack then see if the nut holding the tuning machine in place on the face of the headstock is tight. They should be fairly snug, but not so tight that the beauty ring under the nut is digging into the surface of the headstock. Check the back side too and make sure that the small phillips head screws are there holding the position of the tuning machine in place. The small screws keep the tuner from twisting around, while the larger nut clamps it in place on the headstock.