#1
I have a crack on top of saddle where the D string goes over ehich is what's causing the buzzin problems on some frets. That's where the buzzing sound comes from. Can I get a saddle that's already built for my strings height etc I can I fix it with glue? And if I need a new saddle and need it sanded down set up etc how much is this gonna cost?

Also what would of cracked it.
#2
Depends.... If you have a quality guitar, the manufacturer can supply you with a "blank" that will be an "almost" fit. Seldom is this a drop-in replacement, however... The thing has to be fitted and the action adjusted.

You can get a saddle blank from parts suppliers like "StewMac" (Stewart-McDonald) that will be close, and then must be filed/sanded for a perfect fit.

This is not normally a huge repair, but it's not something to jump into without any prior experience. A technician should be able to handle the job easily, but I wouldn't care to guess at the fee.... Labor prices being what they are. 50-100 dollars sound about right?
#3
My guitar was only like £89 and it's an indie guitar. Ive seen compensated saddles online won't any of them fit?
#4
can I fix it with glue?


Glue isn't necessary. the tension of the strings holds the saddle in place.

Ive seen compensated saddles online won't any of them fit?


Possibly.
#5
Quote by BassBen93
I have a crack on top of saddle where the D string goes over ehich is what's causing the buzzin problems on some frets. That's where the buzzing sound comes from. Can I get a saddle that's already built for my strings height etc I can I fix it with glue? And if I need a new saddle and need it sanded down set up etc how much is this gonna cost?

Also what would of cracked it.
There are two basic saddle types / sizes, Taylor (1/8" thick), & Martin, (3/32" thick). Many compensated saddles are the thicker 1/8".

If it turns out that you have one of those thicknesses, it may be a drop in replacement, or you may need to size it with respect to length.

Here's a search for "Tusq" saddles and such from Graph Tech @ Musician's Friend: http://www.musiciansfriend.com/nuts-saddles-for-guitar/graph-tech?isSuggestion=true