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Superglue and Baby Powder

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Guitarists seem to favour superglue and baking soda to build up the bridge where the strings run over - after many years of tuning, the grooves can deepen, allowing the strings to buzz on the frets.




They call it a 'nut', for some reason - and use the mixture to fill the grooves, so that they can be filed down to a better height when it's gone hard.

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