This is the worst break I've seen. In addition to the normal break thru the volute, the headstock veneer is separated for about 1/2 in. on the side shown below the purfling line and then the crack travels down to meet the volute crack which is separated clear across the neck. BUT the peghead is still firmly attached and requires firm pressure to open either crack. I assume the volute crack is clean and can simply be glued and clamped with hot hide per Frank's religion. But how do I glue the headstock crack which may have old glue in it in the straight part and get glue in the diagonal crack traveling down the volute crack? See attached photo.
I hate to completely separate the peghead from the neck, but don't think I can glue both at once.
I am thinking cyanoacrylate in the headstock veneer 1st and then hot hide glue in the volute crack. Two separate glue ups. Anyone have a better idea?