#1
theres a classical guitar at my school, and the neck is comming off at the point where it is attached. how do i put it back in place so that it will stay?
#3
proffesionally you would need a series of vices, a steam injector and some glue. Unprofessionally, a couple clamps and some Titebond wood glue
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#4
Quote by ValoRhoads
proffesionally you would need a series of vices, a steam injector and some glue. Unprofessionally, a couple clamps and some Titebond wood glue

Do not use wood glue for guitar repair. Use Titebond Liquid Hide Glue.
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#5
Quote by Chad48309
Do not use wood glue for guitar repair. Use Titebond Liquid Hide Glue.
thanks howcome you cant use woodglue?
#6
Quote by Jono3425
thanks howcome you cant use woodglue?

Wrong glue to use for guitar repairs. It's far too weak, messes up the area and makes future repairs impossible. Hide glue is preferred, since it is much stronger and is easily removed with steam to allow for future repairs.
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#8
Quote by Jono3425
thanks, do they sell it at hardware stores or do i have to go to a special place?

Almost any hardware store will carry the brown bottle of Titebond Liquid Hide Glue. It looks like this:

Edit: note that it says "wood glue," but that is only because it's meant for wood. The word to look for is "hide."
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