#1
I'm making a customized guitar and just got the neck for it (ebay) good-quality neck, but the nut is all chewed up. The seller included a new nut, but i'm not quite sure on how to properly take off the old one and replace it with the new.

help please??
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#3
nuts are glued on i think. so in the same way u can take out acoustic saddles, i guess try to get the glue off some and pry it or pull it out if u can. I read u can take a blow dryer to acoustic saddles and melt the glue, so try it.
#4
I accidentaly chipped the nut on my Ibanez. It wouldn't hold the low E anymore so I needed to replace it. The nut I bought was the right hight and width, but it wasn't quite the right size to fit between the fretboard and the trus rod cover so I just sanded it down. What I did with the old nut was just knock it off with a chizzle, that was it...I didn't even bother to glue the new nut on, it stays on perfectly with the strings pressing down on it.
#6
Something chewed your nut up? Wow, I'm surprised that you can take it in such a stride. You, my friend, are a hero amongst men!

I would suggest taking Ippon's advice, he knows his stuff.
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