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    Default Glue for Randy Wood pickguard

    The pickguard on my Randy Wood F5 has two pins that go into the fretboard, plus a side bracket with a little ebony block that's glued to the underside of the pickguard.

    At least it *was* glued. The block has come unglued and the pickguard actually fell off during a gig last night.

    So what should I reglue it with? I have standard wood glue, Elmer's and Barge cement around the house. One of those? Something else? Do I need to take it to a luthier pal who has a proper batch of HHG at the ready?
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    Default Re: Glue for Randy Wood pickguard

    Call Randy and ask him.

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    Default Re: Glue for Randy Wood pickguard

    Unless he used HHG you will have to clean the old glue of both surfaces, even if you use the same glue.
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    Default Re: Glue for Randy Wood pickguard

    Yes, call Randy, he has always been accomdating when I have a question about my F5.

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