OK, so ya'll know the score - the type of thing you can't afford. The nut of my G3 is not "centred" properly; on the bottom (g-string) the nut is slightly off the neck; about 1 mm, and at the top, about 1mm inwards on the neck. So this results in the G string being very close to the edge the neck half way down the string. Impossible for bending. I want to take off this nut, and then centre it - myself. I want to also use the same nut. 1) The glue looks quite old as it is, so I reckon loosening the glue with a small flat-headed screw drive shouldnt be too difficult. I knwo not to chisel away at just one part of the nut, and to do it gently. Should this method get me there ok? Any suggestions on a better route (aprt from a pro) 2) what type of glue would be most suitable? Super glue? Wood glue? Thanks all. I can get a picture if you would like it.