#1
ok, ive just found a cheap classical guitar in my friends house and im in the process of repairing it. it has an horrible buzz in the E and A strings and the low e and B strings cant stay in tune for more than 30 seconds... so i took off all the strings and the nut came off... is that normal? should i glue it? and i was thinking of raising the bridge with a piece of paper to eliminate the fret buzz, but im not sure exactly where to put it... help please?
#2
I would suggest taking it to get fixed... Fret buzz sounds like a neck problem where the neck shifted due to using different gauge strings. The nut shouldn't come off and I have no idea what to do about that other than take it in.
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#4
If it really is cheap then its not worth getting it fixed, considering you can buy a decent beginners classical for about £50.