Hi, I have a problem. (This time its not GAS though.) Recently, I used the store credit that my band won in a local area Battle of the Bands. So I went and bought some Bartolini J-p/ups for my fretless Jazz bass, some new pots for it, new knobs, and for both my Jazz and my P-bass, I bought a brass nut for each. The nuts are All-Parts Adjustable Brass Nuts. Now herein lies my problem. I knocked the old, plastic nut off of my MIM P-Bass and I went to slide my brass nut in, and POW! I didn't fit. Also, the Fender nut is curved and the bottom of the All-Parts is flat. Would this be a problem? The real problem is where the slot that was cut was only 1/8" wide, and the brass nut is 3/16" wide. The slot is approximately 1/16" deep, but I believe the cut to be curved as well. Does anyone have a suggestion of how I could cut 1/16" x (the width of a P-bass neck at the nut) x 1/16" with nothing but conventional tools? Or would I have to buy special tools? Please respond quickly!!