#1
I was playing some Andy Mckee style guitar with tapping on the guitar body when a small, thin trapezoid shaped piece of wood fell off the inside of the guitar. It has a small amount of dried glue on the back and I can feel an identical piece on the opposite side ( upper left) of the sound hole. Should I worry about trying to repair it or will it not really make a significant differance
GEAR -

B.C Rich Mockingbird ST

Ovation CK-047 Koa Top

Line 6 150HD Halfstack

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#2
Did the piece come from the body or the soundboard?

Freakin' Ovations. The old one's were great, but the new one's leave a lot to be desired.
#3
From your description, it's a "kerf", dozens of them hold the top to the sides.
Worrisome. Stop using your guitar for a drum until you can get it replaced and have the rest inspected.
Might have just been poorly glued.
#4
Yeah, it's just a small supporting piece. I am guessing it was weak glue. If it's just the one can I get by without it. There is no differance in tone percussion-wise or string wise and I don't really want to pay the music store $50 to glue something back on for me
GEAR -

B.C Rich Mockingbird ST

Ovation CK-047 Koa Top

Line 6 150HD Halfstack

Vox Satchurator Distortion