#1
The other day, my friend and I replaced the nut on his fender acoustic, since all the slots were worn down and it buzzed a lot. Today, he caller and said that the first fret creates the same note as the open string (I.e. the first fret of the high e is an e instead of an f.) My only guess as to what's wrong is that The nut is too high, but it didn't look much hither than the first. I really have no clue what's wrong, and I wont have access to the guitar until tomorrow. Anyone have any ideas?
#2
sounds like your friend is stoned, because that's not possible unless he thinks the first fret is on the wrong side of the nut. maybe he had it tuned a half step down and forgot to take his retard medicine?
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#3
ouch ! he accidentally pulled off the fret when he removed the nut? and then put the nut and fret on backwards??? dude ! gimme some of that stuff your friend has ! at least a @ to his dealer.