#1
Since no one ever goes in the acoustic guitar forum, i'll put this here. Hooray!

My acoustic is old, and the bridge is like...wierd. I'll explain.

There's a big metal piece that holds the bottom of the strings (there's a real name for it, but i forget it) and then there's a piece of wood with 6 string notches carved out. The piece of wood is loose. Will elmer's glue hold it down?

ALSO! The little piece that holds the strap on the guitar pulls out. Can I use elmer's on that too?
#2
Use wood glue.

Plain ol' Elmer's glue would definitely NOT work.
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#3
You might as well try to fix it with duct tape. Take it to a luthier, or use Krazy Glue.
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#4
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You might as well try to fix it with duct tape. Take it to a luthier, or use Krazy Glue.

Ah Duct Tape, the REAL man's way to fix anything.
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Ah Duct Tape, the REAL man's way to fix anything.


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