Hi All, I've been reading this forum for quite a while now, without much to contribute... sadly enough my first post will be a request for help. I'm contemplating the idea of having the Corian nut on my Y2K Gibson R9 replaced with a nylon nut, similar to the one on my 2013 R7. I've read that removing the Corian nut on Gibson guitars can be quite involved due to the amount of glue they use to keep it in place. Does any of you have experience with replacing the nut on a year ~2000 historic? I admit being a bit worried at the idea of getting the finish or fretboard chipped near the Corian nut if it proves difficult to take out. Thanks in advance for any input!