#1
Would it be possible for me to fashion a new nut for my guitar, or would I have to go to the store to get one?
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#2
to avoid the hassle, get a new one. if youre lucky, then some music shops have a box of spare parts and you might be able to get one for free. otherwise, they range from $20 to $60 dollars for a set.

may i ask what happened to the old one>?
#3
^what do you mean a "set"?
20-60?!?!
nuts are like 5 dollars, and its completely possible to make your own
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#4
if ita locking nut it maybe expensive but they rarely break
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#5
It snapped. I had a salvaged Drive wildfire on my Epi, because that one snappedaswell. It snapped almost inhalf and I cannot find the half of it that flew off.
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#6
well just buy a new one its easier
ive been wanting to get a brass nut for my epi LP...
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#7
This Im just going to get the cheapest nut They have, because Ill only have to use it for so much longer.
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