#1


As you can see, the g string, has cut quite deeply into the nut..
No pun intended.
Is this something i should get fixed?
Can i use my warranty to get it switched? or will a repair suffice?
Please help! Its causing occasional fret buzz..
This cant damage my guitar in any way right?

I just got it a month ago and its like that already
Not sure how long its been there though.. thats a pretty deep cut..
#3
it's very difficult to make out anything from that photo. i think you are going to have to post a better one.
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#5
Quote by Joshua_Krunch
As you can see, the g string, has cut quite deeply into the nut..
No pun intended.

Wow. Sigged.
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#7
its a bad pic. if you have a warranty, go run and get it fixed ASAP!

WHAT SIZE STRING DO YOU USE?

you can jam a piece if paper in there to raise the string.

always use graphite lube at the nut.
#9
Get a new nut made of bone.
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#10
Quote by Joshua_Krunch
0.09s..
And what do i tell the shop guy if i want to use warranty to fix it?


Take your guitar in there and tell him whats wrong with it, then ask him if your warranty covers it.
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#11
Quote by TaStA_mY_pAsTa
Get a new nut made of bone.

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