#1
The inlay to my washburn has started to lift off the fretboard a little bit. Ive never had to do any fixes to the inlays before, so Im not quiet sure how to go about fixing it.



as you can see, its corner is coming up.

i figure cover up the fret board with painters tape, and put super glue in there between the opening, then hold the inlay down... but that kinda sounds like it'd only work for a little while before it starts to lift back up.

any ideas?

[FYI i know the fretboards pretty dirty. I'll get around to cleaning it once i fix this frets inlay.]
#2
It should work fine. Most inlays are glued in with crazy glue to start with, so you should be good.
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#4
thanks for the response you guys.

i figured i get a second opinion before i do anything.

Quote by Xeus
maybe try and get like a mini clamp, and use some cloth to go between the clamps to hold it securly down


do you think a capo would work?
#5
Quote by Jackie Lawless
thanks for the response you guys.

i figured i get a second opinion before i do anything.


do you think a capo would work?


No way in hell

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