#1
Basically I had a thread before asking for help when the casing to my tuning peg on my e string fell off of my Gibson SG.

The backplace is still on, the casing itself with the tuner inside has fallen off and won't stay on (I can pop it on again but when i try to fukkin turn the peg that shit falls right off)

I was wondering, could I use an epoxy to fix this? Would that shit hold?
#2
Seriously you should just spring for a replacement tuner instead of trying to repair this one with epoxy they are not that expensive and you will not have to worry about a bad repair coming undone

Just my two cents!
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#3
POST A DAMN PICTURE.

i have asked you several times in your other thread.

just buy a new tuner. ebay is your friend.
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