#1
i have a crack in my acoustic guitar neck and plan on sanding it down and glueing the crack, im just stuck on what do put on the neck after ive glued it, i was planning on leaving it bear and using some kind of wax or oil to finish it, not sure what kind though.
oh and what kind of sand paper to use to sand the gloss and paint off the neck
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#2
Where is the crack?
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#4
the crack is just below the headstock, get some picks asap
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#5
Hope you didn't make the same mistake as brother and put steel strings on a classical guitar?
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#6
^omfg, did you do that? How long did it take before the neck died?
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#7
steel on a nylon (ive seen it more than once) "my guitar keeps buzzing" well duh!!

Actually ive just done the opposite. Nylon on an old (40yrs) Egmond "S1 Kansas".
It kicks ass, NOW it had sort of non uniform sound strung with steel. (fine if you only wanted to strum chords) but i finger pick, & it sounded totally crap (my opinion), so i figured if im gonna get rid of it i'll test some nylon on it first. I have been looking for a nylon (narrow neck) for some time , Now i have it. I really does sound sweet. & you can do plenty of hard kicking electric type stuff as well.
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#8
no, some lass at my college picked it up and dropped it on the floor
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