#1
Why would a guitar nut break, cuz mine broke and i have no idea how it happened.
#3
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strummed really hard one time and broke mine. Found the piece and superglued it back on


Must've been one hell of a strum! Take it easy, Mr. Hogan.
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#8
whats it made of, plastic (would explain the breakage), bone or graphite are pretty tough, or you could have brass balls err nuts like Yngwie
#9
A nut could break from taking a kick from someone's pointy shoe...

Oh. Wait. Guitar nut. Ok.

They can break if they're cheap...Usually from getting dropped or knocked against something.

Kicks from pointy shoes can break this kind of nut as well.
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#10
maybe it is plastic. It is my Epi Les Paul Standard. Would it be made of plastic?
#11
could be. one time mine broke for no reason.
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#12
Yeah. I'm pretty sure the Epi LP Standard uses a plastic nut.
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#13
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i think you have to strum at the other end.


Yea, i think you have to strum at the other end too...