#2
maybe the neck is angled in a weird way. I'd let a guitar tech have a look at it, wouldn't cost much and it'd be done proffessionally.
#3
maybe yo have the neck in a wrong angle, but you have to mess with the truss rod, and thats bad, so go with a pro and tell him the problem

or might as well be your nut. check if the slot of the g string is deeper than the others. if it is, and you are poor, put a little bit of paper, plastic or something not to high, or change the nut
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#4
Quote by ldnovelo
maybe yo have the neck in a wrong angle, but you have to mess with the truss rod, and thats bad, so go with a pro and tell him the problem

or might as well be your nut. check if the slot of the g string is deeper than the others. if it is, and you are poor, put a little bit of paper, plastic or something not to high, or change the nut


nuts dont coast that much. just alot to get put in.

i got an awesome guitar teacher that does everything for free for me though
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Quote by ldnovelo
maybe yo have the neck in a wrong angle, but you have to mess with the truss rod, and thats bad, so go with a pro and tell him the problem

or might as well be your nut. check if the slot of the g string is deeper than the others. if it is, and you are poor, put a little bit of paper, plastic or something not to high, or change the nut


haha the funny about that is I was actually thinking of doing that.