DrummerDude Posted May 2, 2005 Report Share Posted May 2, 2005 (edited) OK, remember that pine body guitar I was messing with? It cracked. There is a crack at the bottom of the guitar and another one situated between the horn and the neck joint. In my humble opinion the cracks will not become bigger because the hard top veneer is holding them. Still, I would like to take some measures just to be sure that the veneer won't crack as well . Just for any case. Here is an illustration I made. The top has a strange shape because of the sanding I applied to give the body an Ibanez Radius look. The bottom crack is not where the two body blanks join together. I would like to know how to stabilize the situation, so the cracks won't move on and won't ruin the finish I am about to apply. In brief: how to stabilize these cracks? Thanks dudes! Edited May 3, 2005 by bluespresence Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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