#1
While my guitar was plugged into an amp, my friend leaned on the guitar causing the cable to push the input through the wood, creating a hole in the guitar.

I plan on repairing this, but I don't know where to start.
The only ideas i have are to get putty and reattach the input to the hole, but I don't know how will this will last or if it will even work.
What do you guys recommend I should do.

Oh, and my friend said he'd get it fixed, but I don't know of anyplace around that does acoustic guitar repairs, or if this is even repairable.
#2
how hard was he leaning on the guitar? I feel bad that its broken
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Last edited by MacAdam at Apr 8, 2008,
#3
laaaame.. sorry buddy..
What the hell were you thinking?


i duno lol. tihs r liek wen i traid drawn maiself n teh t0ilit.

ROFL.

EPICPHAIL.

gess i cant dai.
#4
Well, he was sitting on the floor playing it, and used it to get himself up.
and yeah.
all you heard was SNAP.

So any ideas guys?
#5
A quick fix would be to put a very large washer on each side of the input jack and bolt it back onto the guitar. Or, you could make a plate for the input jack. A real fix would be to square the hole and place a patch of wood into it.
Sincerely, Chad.
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#7
please dont use putty...

ummm... it's definitely fixeable though. if it was a cheap guitar, it might not be worth getting someone to fix it though.