See title. My first bass was a Squier Affinity Series P Bass (purchased new in 2004) and the nut is off-center. I have other, "better" basses to play, but I was thinking there would be no harm in having another backup that is playable. It does play with the off-center nut but it would play better if it were fixed. Everyone used to say the bass is a piece of crap but it always did fine for me throughout my first years of playing. It survived practices, gigs, dings, drops, broken and repaired input jack, travel in a gig bag, etc. I know these things don't hold much value. Some people say they are good instruments and other people say they are bad. Maybe I want to fix it because it has slight sentimental value to me because it was my first instrument. However, once again, I know these bass guitars aren't very valuable and I might be better off just saving my money and playing my working instruments.