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moses neck repair help

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by steve-o, Jan 5, 2004.


  1. steve-o

    steve-o Guest

    Apr 17, 2002
    ok my best friends girls dad..damn lol
    is the bassist for LFO..and some other things..great player and guy..

    he has a 3 bolt eb stingray..he has a moses fretless neck on it.(no lines) well the heel where was broken...pics to come..

    he tried to glue it back together but it didn't go together right so im going to try it for him.

    how do i get superglue to release is what i really want to know?

    thanks
    steve
     
  2. pilotjones

    pilotjones Supporting Member

    Nov 8, 2001
    US-NY-NYC
    There is a superglue solvent that you can buy. Hardware store, I would say.
    - Don't know how other materials will react to it - test first!
    - Don't know how deep it may penetrat into a crack. Could require several applications?
     
  3. Tim Barber

    Tim Barber Commercial User

    Apr 28, 2003
    Serenity Valley
    Owner: Barber Music
    Acetone is the preferred solvent for cured cyanoacrylate. As the good Pilot says, I would try it carefully to make sure it doesn't also dissolve the neck material :eek:
     
  4. steve-o

    steve-o Guest

    Apr 17, 2002
    ok it came apart...of course it doesn't fit back together....hmmm this is going to take some work

    steve