#1
I just notices that where a screw is in my guitar the finish is cracked (just a crack line). I saw it cause i saw the line coming out of the back plage for the input jack. Will this spread all over my guitar. ruining the finish? I put crazy glue in there, hoping it will hold it together. Was that a bad idea? Will crazy glue actually worsen the crack?
#2
Is it just a crack in the finish? Or does it go through the wood?

If it's just in the finish, you shouldn't be having any problems. Didn't even need to glue it.

If it's a crack in the wood, It should be fine if the super glue is of a thin enough viscosity. Otherwise, it's not going to be penetrating deep enough into the wood.
#3
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Is it just a crack in the finish? Or does it go through the wood?

If it's just in the finish, you shouldn't be having any problems. Didn't even need to glue it.

If it's a crack in the wood, It should be fine if the super glue is of a thin enough viscosity. Otherwise, it's not going to be penetrating deep enough into the wood.

Depending on the size of the crack, either epoxy (which can be colored with pigment or dye) or hot hide glue is a suitable choice. If the cracks are deep enough, hot hide glue would be a good idea to help sink in deep for stability, with epoxy used to cap and correct the finish.
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