#1
Not recently, it actually happened like, 1 or 2 months ago when I changed my strings (for the 2nd time, I just started playing last July). I don't remember exactly how it happened, I just remember it falling on the floor and I was like "WTF?" I laid it back on the wood part (for lack of a better word), the little cavity where it normally rests, and just continued putting one string on at a time, and once they were all fitted in the grooves I tuned them up to pitch and everything was fine. I'm just starting to notice it again because I've been practicing lots of bends lately and whenever I try a whole step bend between the 4th to 12th fret (to 12th fret of the 1st string) the nut moves which in turn pulls all my strings with it and makes them a bit too sharp. I have some adhesive glue that I might use the next time I change strings, but what should I do? Wish I could get a cheap Ibanez...

I use .09s if that matters.
Originally Posted by SkyValley
yeah im a virgin but im also pretty good at things like ping-pong and drawing pictures of people playing water polo so it balances out
#2
haha, your nut fell off.

sorry, I had to say it.
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Simply take it to a shop, and have them glue the nut back on. Simple as that.
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#5
Would it not be advisable to do it myself?
Originally Posted by SkyValley
yeah im a virgin but im also pretty good at things like ping-pong and drawing pictures of people playing water polo so it balances out
#6
yeah dude, you could do it yourself. Just a LITTLE bit of wood glue, clamp it and let it set. The nut on my acoustic actually fractured right at the A string several years back and fell off. I remedied it with a little glue and it's been fine ever since.

If you were talking about a 1500 dollar guitar, I might tell you to take it to someone to have them do it even though if it was me I'd still do it myself.
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