#1
Hello. So I recently dropped my 60's Tribute Les Paul. Well, it was more like it fell out of stall. It's not like it happens often to me, but it sometimes does and it was not a big fall at all, however I noticed one change: the first string is making buzzing sound and after some observation I can tell it literally lies on the first fret.
Do anybody have any idea what could've happen and how to fix it? There's no visible damage whatsoever.
#2
Check your nut - it may have broken. That's really the only thing that I can think of.
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#3
Yep, either the nut is broken or the first fret could have popped loose. I can't think of anything else either.
Hmmm...I wonder what this button does...
#4
for the future buy strap locks like Schaller or dunlop sells , they are like 10-30$ for quality ones but it beats paying guitar tech fees or a broken neck on a set neck guitar
#5
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for the future buy strap locks like Schaller or dunlop sells , they are like 10-30$ for quality ones but it beats paying guitar tech fees or a broken neck on a set neck guitar


What will that help?
#7
First I suggest that you try looking at the nut and saddles to ensure that the string did not simply slip off at either end, or otherwise sustain nut damage as was previously mentioned.

The other possible damage, which is much more upsetting, could be that the neck split and now the nut lies lower in relation to the fingerboard/frets but is otherwise not broken all the way through. This sounds less likely to me.