is this possible/practical? ive got a peavey grind with a snapped off headstock that cannot be fixed. ive had very good people look at it (one who MAY or MAY not be EVH's guitar tech), and it has been pronounced dead. my teach scooped all the hardware into a coffee can like it was an urn and handed it back VERY disappointed. 6 string.. tension.. not enough surface area to glue it without sealing the truss rods. because i know a bunch of you are going to ask. it just cant be done. so im thinking.. how hard would it be to just cut the neck out of it (shame on a beautiful NT, but what choice do i have?) and route for a bolt on neck. i hate staring at a bass that is just dead. i prefer bolt on necks anyway, and even though it'll kill the look, it will make the bass playable. id prefer a maple FB anyway. so is it possible? price efficient? what do you think. i can provide pictures if needed, but its just carnage.