#1
Well, first, to the mods , I tried the Electric Guitar forum, and there, they told me to come here...

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Well, here's the point, my friend left his Epiphone SG G400 in my house last week, today I returned it to him , and we saw that it had a very , very bad **** on it,
it was broken in the neck, or rod, or whatever i can name it (I'm spanish ^^) ,

So, i want to know if there is any way to fix it , and to leave it as it where before ,
so if you don't know what i'm talking about , and cos' i don't own a camera , here's the first picture of a SG i could find to show where's the problem:



the fissure goes through the part where the neck goes into the body , and i don't know if it reaches the screw, but the neck is still set in the body, and the first thing we did was to loosen all the strings , and well , tomorrow were gonna take it to a professional , but

can it be fixed???

mmm please , i feel so ******** guilty about it , cos he trusted me his most loved posession , tell me the truth
#2
Pics of the break would help, but from the sound of it, it would be fixable with some good titebond original and some well-placed clamps.
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#3
take it to the professial and see what he says and if its too expensive get some like gorilla glue or something and then get put it a medical needle thing or something then spray it deep into the break the clamp it somehow.
#4
Thanks, well , we took it to a professional with years of experience that someone told us about, and well , it isn't gonna be expensive at all , just something like 30 dollars , and he is gonna fix the humbucker that got deep into the body by free , thanks anyway UG
( pray that the guy knows what he is doing ^^ )