#1
hey everyone im having a little bit of trouble with this squire i have.... the neck set that spaces the strings has cracked and i was wondering wat materials could i use to fabricate a new one? ive tried wood but the guitar does not tune very well... do i need a specific material or just a very hard dense material?.... please any help will be appreciated
#3
You can buy a new "nut" for around 5 bucks.


It's not worth spending you time on, especially if that is your main guitar/only guitar.
#4
no its not my main guitar i have a jackson randy rhodes RX10d i just wanted a quick fix im a lil too lazy to drive my ass down to a guitar store
#5
bone, graphite or i think brass are the best to use, but you would be easier to drive yourself down to the shop for 1
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