I unscrewed the neck of my bolt-on Warwick Corvette Pro-line, a mid-90-ies Germany made axe, as I want to give it a clean-up/refinish job. Three of the screws came loose quite easily. The fourth one was very thight. Although I tried to pry it loose as gently as possible, the screw broke on me. First question: what now? The groove plier springs to mind. However there might be other things to consider. Anyone? Then, an inspection of the body shows that the area around the screw had been glued with what looks like epoxy. See photos below. The epoxy has some thickness (just over half a mm) as can be seen on the second photo. Why would the previous owner (or his/her luthier) applied this glue? The neck did not come loose right after removing the screws because of the glue. Any insight or advise is appreciated. Cheers, BassChap.