#1
My Les Paul's fret buzzing at the 9th on the A and D. Uh oh

I'm overdue for a setup anyways. Question is, at Guitar Center, how much are they?

Also, i have a pretty bad crack in my nut and am going to need to replace it. How much do nuts run for?

Thanks
#2
Depends which Guitar Center, living in Australia, I'd have no idea, I set my own guitars up too so I wouldn't know, but nuts are generally really cheap, under $10 here in Australia.

Are you sure the buzz is because of your nut? the action on this strings may be too low or there may be a slight raise on your frets, especially if it's only the 9th fret.
#4
I've played around with the bridge and still get fret buzz, so i'm not entirely sure. I just know i'm in need of a new nut because of the crack.
#5
Quote by TaStA_mY_pAsTa
I just got my guitar set up and a new nut. cost $50 each.


whoa, how many nuts does your guitar have?
#6
Quote by marshmellow666
whoa, how many nuts does your guitar have?

He's gotta have atleast 12 nuts .

But on a serious note setups at my local GC run $60 plus $30 for a new nut purchased and cut from them. I say take some time and do the setup yourself until you get it just right for yourself. Good learning experience and its better than a general setup (unless you have a personal tech).
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#7
Quote by marshmellow666
whoa, how many nuts does your guitar have?


I think he means, the setup was 50 & the nut was 50.
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#8
still, $50 for a new nut is still a bit expensive.
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