#1
I was tuning my guitar and was like "Wait, why's it sound wierd?" Anyway, I kept tuning and got it how I liked. I moved my hand to make a chord and "Oh... ****." 'Tis broken! It sounds okay, except the low E it sounds really buzzy, and I can't help to keep noticing it and wonder if I should fix it. I dunno when it happened and I'm super pissed about it. I also need a new saddle cause that bastard is super high and makes it hard to bar-chord and things like that.

How much will both of these things cost, and do you reccomend I get my guitar fixed?

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#2
You can just get your saddle sanded down. Also, if the nut is broken, then get it fixed for sure. A new saddle can run between $10-100+ and a nut is a little less. It really depends what you buy. You can upgrade to cow bone, which is relatively cheap at about $10-20 and will make your guitar sound better. The actual fixing of your guitar will cost probably about $50+ in labour.
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#3
sh't....i thought this was about something else........
i will just keep my comments to myself then
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#4
Mother ****. Thanks.

I bet it's a really risky and stupid idea to try it myself. Should I?
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#5
I wouldnt try to do it without some experience. Fixing nuts and saddles are quite an exact affair. If your saddle isnt completely flat at the bottom, the contact between the saddle and guitar wont be good, and in turn, the sound won't be great either. The nut also needs to be slotted properly for each string. I tend to try to leave things to professionals, but I'm not a DIY kinda guy.
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#6
Me either, I thought it'd be easy. I just didn't wanna drive 45 mins out to this place called Swing City to get it fixed. Then local shop only a few miles away didn't do a good job with my dad's guitar, so screw that. And they're expensive too. This place is like 10 bucks cheaper.
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