#1
The adhesive on the nut for my PRS gave out and now the nut just slides around in its slot. What's the best type of glue - epoxy, wood glue, super glue, etc. - for securing it back in place?
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#3
i used wood glue. and its working...

i used it on a plastic nut and a graphtech tusq nut before. both are still in there without any bad signs.
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#4
Superglue. Specifically, #20 Superglue (medium viscosity) from Stewart Macdonald. Glue against the headstock (brush on in a small strip-don't cover the whole area) and not against the fingerboard. Since the grain runs perpendicular to the nut, the grain will soak up all the Superglue and you can have a ****ed-up looking fingerboard on your first fret.
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#5
Quote by ECistheBest
i used wood glue. and its working...

i used it on a plastic nut and a graphtech tusq nut before. both are still in there without any bad signs.

It's important to remember to use as little glue as possible. The nut should be able to be removed for repairs later.
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#8
Regular school (white) glue will work. It's very inexpensive too. I bought 236 mL of white glue today for 2 bucks today.
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Regular school (white) glue will work. It's very inexpensive too. I bought 236 mL of white glue today for 2 bucks today.


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