DrummerDude Posted May 4, 2005 Report Share Posted May 4, 2005 (edited) OK, I am very close to finishing my pine guitar. I am very comfused about the headstock, though. Here is a description of the situation: Please note that the tuners' holes you see on the diagram are not drilled yet. OK, how to proceed? Should I glue the new parts to the old headstock? If yes, is there a glue that is strong enough to hold the string tension? Or should I use not only glue but some screws too? And one last question: how to make the two surfaces (the old headstock and the new parts) perfectly flat and even, so when I apply the glue and meet them there is no any space between? I tried to sand them flat on a piece of glass with sanding paper stuck on it but my hand movements are not that perfect and there are always curvatures and the surfaces turn out to be far from flat. Thanks guys! Edited May 6, 2005 by DrummerDude Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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