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Old 03-06-2021, 02:49 PM
charles Tauber charles Tauber is offline
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Originally Posted by jp2558 View Post
Thanks for the insight. I've never done anything to the nut so I am hesitant to start now... I did some homework and found the proper saddle width and radius and just ordered two replacements from Stewmac. Now that I have a good template to work from, I hope to be able to replicate what I have now but without the buzz.
I can understand your hesitancy. However, if the problem is the nut, the appropriate solution is the nut. Sure, you can raise the strings at the saddle high enough that it alleviates the problem at the nut, but doing so gives you less than optimized playability.

The cost is minimal to have a professional fill and re-cut the one nut slot. Depending on who does it and where they are located, around $25.
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