Hello everyone! I need some advice here from the glue specialists.
I have received a Michael Kelly acoustic bass guitar with a cracked peghead. Not much different from the classic Gibson crack, but here's the skinny: it was repaired using hide glue -and failed.
I guess I could use cyanoacrilate glue, since its lower viscosity can reach deeper into the crack, but I'm afraid it won't stick to the wood but to the failed hide glue instead. Is there a way to remove the old hide glue without damaging the binding? Can I just use cyanoacrilate? Or should I use hide glue again? Thank you!