My "backup" bass is an older ('90) Washburn 24-fret with a P pickup. I noticed it was sounding kind of thin, so I took it apart to see if anything was loose or needed adjustment. Imagine my surprise to find a crack extending from the neck heel about three inches up the back of the neck. I've glued this now, and it's still clamped. I used some stuff like Elmer's, but heavier duty. Should this work? My next idea, if the crack should re-appear, is to use a ring-shank nail, with both the point and head cut off, driven into a slightly smaller pilot hole, across the neck. Probably with some epoxy. I don't really want to put any money into this bass, as it's not worth much. It sounded OK until recently, though, so I don't mind trying to fix it.