#1
So, as I was practicing the other day, the screw holding my strap on stripped out. surprized the hell out of me, but I have no clue how to put the screw back in. Should I use wood glue or something??
#2
Just screw it in
For long you live and high you fly
But only if you ride the tide
And balanced on the biggest wave
You race toward an early grave.


Ben Hamelech
#3
Get some wood putty stuff stuff it in, let it set up then put the screw in
"This is The End, beautiful friend, The End"
#4
On my old guitar, the strap screws were getting loose, so I just apoxy glued them and they were fine sense.
"See, you're born punk. When you get your first haircut, then you're alternative. Then you let it grow long, then you're metal." - Kirk Hammett
#5
ah. but I dont have any wood putty stuff... anything that I can do out of household materials? I kinda just need a quick sturdy fix. I need it for school this monday
#6
get some old matchsticks (enough to fill the hole), cover them with glue and wedge them in. wen they dry, break them off flush with the body and screw it back in. saw it in Total Guitar's repair section.
#7
Meh, I just used a toothpick and elmers glue.
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#8
toothpickks ftw
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