#1
My dumb brother knocked over my guitar and broke the nut off the neck and i had to get a new one. after that my guitar hasn't been able to tune properly. I'm sure the new nut was probably a different size than the last one that was on there. i tried adjusting the bridge in every way possible and nothing helped. any ideas?
#3
Take it to a luthier or have someone set it up for you.

But before doing anything, beat your brother up.
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#4
Quote by wolfy808
Take it to a luthier or have someone set it up for you.

But before doing anything, beat your brother up.


listen to this guy.
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#5
Quote by wolfy808
Take it to a luthier or have someone set it up for you.

But before doing anything, beat your brother up.

umm, I believe it depends on the guitar..if it's something like a Fender, don't hurt ur bro...if it's a Gibson, ESP, or Jackson...break his nut and see how he like it.
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#6
Quote by Skynyrd890
umm, I believe it depends on the guitar..if it's something like a Fender, don't hurt ur bro...if it's a Gibson, ESP, or Jackson...break his nut and see how he like it.



Oh god. A retard.
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