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01-11-2019, 08:08 PM

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Originally Posted by RickLafayette View Post
Get some white material used for ferrules and sand it down real good with sandpaper until you have a nice little pile of fine, white dust. Mix it with thin, clear super glue (cyanoacrylate) and then wipe it onto the ferrule, filling in the holes. When dry / hard, just sand down and polish to proper diameter.

This is an old luthier's trick for filling in the slots on the nut of a guitar when the string slot is too deep.
You can add cremora to age it.
  
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