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Help with upgrading the nut on my PRS SE!

waylay00

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Yeah, that's actually where I bought my SE from.

Since this is a relatively less expensive guitar, I'd like to learn how to do it myself though.
 

Giraffecaster

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Since this is a relatively less expensive guitar, I'd like to learn how to do it myself though.
buying the proper files and supplies will cost you more than just having someone do the nut for you. unless you plan on doing multiple guitars to justify the expense of the files, i'd just have it doe by a pro. messing up a nut is easy and with no previous experience you can plan on messing up at least a few before you have a guitar that is playable.
 

waylay00

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buying the proper files and supplies will cost you more than just having someone do the nut for you. unless you plan on doing multiple guitars to justify the expense of the files, i'd just have it doe by a pro. messing up a nut is easy and with no previous experience you can plan on messing up at least a few before you have a guitar that is playable.
After some consideration, I think that's probably the best option. A local tech can do it for $59 (setup included). Is that a fair price?
 




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