#1
A small section of my Strat's nut has broken off from under my top E string. Is the nut replaceable?
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#3
Yeah, either buy one and fit it yourself or get a guitar store to fit a new one. If I were you, upgrade to either a Bone or Graphite nut.
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#5
Awesome, thanks a lot guys.

What are the advantages of a bone nut over a graphite one, and vice versa?
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#6
Graphite is good for tuning stability, and bone has a sought after tone. Not to say anything negative about graphite's tone. Both are a great improvement from the stock plastic nut.
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#7
Exactly the same happened to mine when I restrung once :[ Still haven't got around to changing it.. and its been like that for about a year.
#8
The files to set up a nut right are a bit pricey. And the nut to get depends on if the slot is flat or arched and fret board radius. And the width. The graphite ones for strats come with a tab under them so will fit flat or arched slots. But gotta watch the width and radius.