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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Gabu, Aug 17, 2003.
Any thoughts appreciated!
I don't know about a HeadStock... You could always try liquid nails and just squirt it into the crack... The name says it all, Liquid Nails...
yea either liquid nails or bring it to a music store and ask what they can do.
Remove the tuner (obviously), Liquid Nails would work, and a C clamp with some sort of cushioning on the jaws so it doesn't leave an impression on either side of the neck. I'd probably try someting like that if I were feeling brave and let it sit over night.
that should do the trick
Good luck with that
I would start by removing all the tuners to get a better look at how long the crack actually is.
Sometimes they are much longer than they first appear. Liquid Nails is a contracters addhesive (not a wood glue for instruments)... I recomend Tightbond wood glue , you will also want to make up some clamping blocks that fit the outside profile of the peghead...
Do not, I say again, do not try to fix it yourself. Take it to reputable luthier soonest!
Thanks guys for your advice.
Two of my basses are out of commission right now. What a bummer.
I strongly agree with bass_man86.