#1
Earlier today, whilst playing some ac/dc, i noticed whenever i strum my strings pretty hard, my G, and somtimes A strings come out of the nut on my guitar. I recently put new Dunlop strings on it, so do you guys think its a nut problem or a string problem?
Gear:
Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash
Bugera 333XL 212
Dunlop Original Cry Baby >> Korg Pitchblack Tuner >> MXR Carbon Copy >> Boss DS-1
#2
try changing the strings, if they still do that then change the nut
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#3
well it's a problem with the nut, if that's the gauge you want to play.

if you like the gauge and file the nut, make sure that you really like that size.
cause you cant go back.
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#4
what gauge?

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what gauge?

.10's - .46's
Gear:
Fender Standard Telecaster Electric Guitar Ash
Bugera 333XL 212
Dunlop Original Cry Baby >> Korg Pitchblack Tuner >> MXR Carbon Copy >> Boss DS-1
#6
that really isnt that thick a gauge, did the guitar come with 10s on it?

even if it didnt its the nut and will have to be fixed
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