#1
Hey, got a question...

Just got hold of a classical guitar for £5 that is in need of some repair, the neck joint has come unglued, but it is still attached by the fingerboard just by the sound hole.

In order to reattach everything properly ideally I'd like to take the whole neck off and clear out the old glue, just wondering the best way of heating it up to soften the glue.

It's literally just the last 1" of the fingerboard I need to unglue.

thanks in advance,
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#2
acetone i believe is a decent glue remover, nail varnish remover is a weaker form of that, it might be worth a shout but google it as i don't know if it'll damage anything...
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#3
well I know you can get steamers and heaters and stuff for fingerboard and soundboard work, but I'm not planning on needing to do it more than once within the next few years so would rather not lay out the cash
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#5
yep, I found it, cheers got it off now with at least minimal damage to the soundboard, nothing that will be visible after the fix
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