#1
Ok, so I have this old acoustic guitar and the neck is broken near the body. I beleive it is an old Kay classical guitar, but I'm not sure. Some one left it strung with metal strings and it snapped. Someone already glued it back together and it holds, but it doesn't stay tuned well and if you leave the strings tight the crack opens wider. I was wondering whether it was worth fixing or not? And if so, what is the best way to do it? Take it to a pro? Thanks for the help.
#2
take it to a pro see if they can repair it. if you care enough about it see if they'll put a new neck on it.
#3
Pro help might not even fix it. Broken necks are almost the worst thing u can have happen, especially on an acoustic.
#4
chances are that the repairs would cost more than the guitar is worth, so i would say that it probably isn't worth fixing unless the guitar has some sentimental value to you.
#5
Quote by qotsa1998
Pro help might not even fix it. Broken necks are almost the worst thing u can have happen, especially on an acoustic.

There are far worse things that could happen to an acoustic guitar. A shattered headstock, a shattered body, impacted bridge, etc.
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