leeranya Posted November 5, 2006 Report Share Posted November 5, 2006 ok, I just glued the headstock in a scarfjoint... the problem is that the cut was not made perfectly and now I have a huge ugly gap between them... I tried filling it with maple dust and little particles (from sanding) and carpenter's wood glue mixed then sanding it but it looks different than the rest of the maple, because the glue dries a bit yellow... any suggestions? pics: the headstock with mahogany veneer on it one gap, relatively small (comparing to the other one, at least ) the big gap... not for the weak-hearted please help me Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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