#1
I was playing some slide on my Fender American Standard Strat and the high e note was not sounding very clear. So I stuck a piece of laminated paper underneath the string at the nut to raise it up a bit. Has anyone else tried this? Is there something else you would recommend placing under the string on the nut(In the groove slits)? Is this in anyway bad for the guitar?
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#2
haha.

I know im not helping. Thread title fail
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#3
Use a string holder on the headstock (you probably already have one for your D and G strings), they're easy to install and cheap.

edit: this is if you raised it because you needed more break angle.
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#5
Quote by BrandonBeaux
That title is almost sig-worthy!

But to answer your question, graphite (like a pencil), and lots of it



Just to help a little. Graphite, as ^^^

and some tiny scraps of paper.
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