jackderp
Registered User
Join date: Sep 2012
93 IQ
#1
Hi guy's,
I was wondering the best way to repair a crack in my AJ-220s.
I think it was caused by humidity and I wanted to know if i could fix it myself or should i get it done professionally.

Edit: the pic didn't upload.
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Last edited by jackderp at Nov 5, 2012,
patticake
Acoustic Goddess
Join date: Jun 2009
2,886 IQ
#2
you should get it done professionally. btw, you should also address the humidity issue or your guitar will just crack again.
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freelanddoug
Registered User
Join date: Apr 2010
100 IQ
#3
I remeber watching a repair video by the people at Taylor where a body had split/separated and they closed it using humidity only.
W4RP1G
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Join date: May 2010
2,847 IQ
#4
I would definitely get a humidifier and see if that closes it up a bit. Then I would wick some thin super glue into it.

It's a really cheap guitar, so I wouldn't bother paying someone to fix it. They'd probably just do what I suggested anyway, since you can't fix the crack in the finish.