#1
Alright, I have a Dean ML. I was replacing the strings, and then suddenly the nut falls off. I don't think its a big deal, so I just slide it back in and try to put the high E in. Im turning the knob, and I'm looking at it and it's too close to the neck. It was never that close. Did I break the guitar?
#3
You didnt break it. Some companies dont glue the nuts on. Just restring all of the strings, leave yourself a bit of slack, align the nut, tighten the strings.
#5
If you want it to stay in place you could always try wood glue or super glue. But I'm not sure if that would be a good idea. Probably not lolz
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Last edited by Damaging_Excess at Sep 1, 2010,
#6
Quote by Damaging_Excess
If you want it to stay in place you could always try wood glue or super glue. But I'm not sure if that would be a good idea. Probably not lolz

two of my basses are like this, they either dont glue it at the factory or the glue wears out.
make sure the high pointis facing the fret board