#1
Alright, so i have this cheap little uke. It was pretty inexpensive, but its still fun to mess around with. The problem is that the bridge is pulling off. Its not worth it to pay to get it fixed, so is there anything i can do to try to fix it?
#2
You could probably just use some wood glue on it. any pics to show us?
I can honestly say I have really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like.


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#3
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You could probably just use some wood glue on it. any pics to show us?

Stop it. Do not use wood glue. The only glue that should touch an acoustic guitar is hide glue. Hide glue is the perfect glue for guitar work; it's both strong and easy to remove with heat when a repair is necessary. Necks are set with it, fingerboards are applied with it, and even the sides, back, and top are held together with it.

A bottle of liquid hide glue looks like this:
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