#1
I found this neat dreadnought chipboard case at a thrift store for $2 USD. The only problem with the case is there is a tear (as seen in the photo) by one of the latches. Other than that, the case is in fairly good shape. I was wondering what the best way to fix this?
Thanks a lot!!
#2
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#3
I have an original ('67) Gibson chipboard case (it was one of the choices in those days) that was sewn together and at this point the thread has simply rotted away. I doubt there's a fix (or that it's worth it to pursue), but I'm watching this thread to see what surfaces...
#4
Not really a good fix for something like that. Unless you used epoxy or something.

Just buy a case that works.
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