A broken headstock is a very common guitar repair we perform.  Headstocks can break from a hard fall, or occasionally just from a small tap, and since each breakage is different we’ll need to see your instrument to decide what kind of guitar repair is necessary. At Dr. Fretgood, we use many different kinds of glues for each job. Very badly damaged headstock or re-breaks might need a little extra reinforcement. Pieces of new wood (called splines) can be inlaid through the break running with the neck’s length and against the grain for a solid bond.  Don't discard your guitar, we can fix it!

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