Last week, I posted a thread about knocking my bass over, and breaking the tailpiece. A piece of wood on the back of the tailpiece was broken out, extending from the pocket, along the tailpiece cord holes to the end of the tailpiece. Yesterday, I found that little piece of wood on the stage where the accident happened, and I'm thinking that I can probably repair this thing. It's a custom made adjustable compensating tailpiece made of macassar ebony. My question to any of you luthiers out there is, what would be the best glue to use for this application? I'm also thinking that maybe I should drill a 1/4 or 3/16 inch hole, front to back, and pin the assembly with a hardwood dowel. Or, would drilling a hole thru the smallest part of the tailpiece only weaken it more? Is this kind of repair even worth the effort?