I'm cutting a new nut for a Telecaster of mine and I'm having a bit of trouble getting the pitch of the slot for the G string quite right. This particular Tele is '50s style with only the single E/B string tree just below the G tuner. I took a spare nut blank and, as an experiment, slid it back and forth cutting only a series of G string slots at varying angles back toward the headstock. With a steeper angle, I can get a clean open G string but with a wicked harmonic ring behind the headstock on that string. With a shallower angle, I can dampen the harmonic ring but get a less well defined, almost fuzzy sounding open G string. The balance point, if it exists, is proving hard to find. My string set uses a .018 G string and so I'm cutting the slot with a .020 Stewmac file. I'm reasonably confident in my technique, as I've done good nut work on other personal guitars, but never one without a second string tree like this guitar. I think the weak break angle on the G is what's making this a challenge, but most Teles only have a single tree so I'm thinking I'm just missing something. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks.