#1
Part of it is chipped off especially near the low E string which makes it vibrate violently at times. Would this be easy to replace? Cheap? Would I have to give it to a professional?
#2
Very easy to replace, pretty cheap. It's really just a little piece you place in there, no biggie.
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#3
When i busted my nut i had to go to hospital .


poor lefty aint the same no more...
Quote by eazy-c
The Necropeadophile lyrics are great. It has such a bouncy rhythm, like a twisted nursery rhyme.
#4
lol, what a thread title.

'My nut is broken'.

It is on guitars as it is with humans... better your nut be broken than anything else in the vicinity.
#5
Their like, £1 (£0.60). You just need a solvent glue (Try araldite)
Originally Posted by cam_sampbell
What's the spoon position?



Well, you begin with a big wooden spoon and a jar of vaseline...
#6
Quote by slickerthnsleek
lol, what a thread title.

'My nut is broken'.

It is on guitars as it is with humans... better your nut be broken than anything else in the vicinity.


LOL!!

But on a guitar, I'd rather the string be broken