This afternoon I answered my doorbell and a friend unceremoniously thrust this Dean EAB-FL fretless acoustic bass at me. Found among an estate haul-away pile, it was covered in dust, no strings, and there's a full crack across the neck heel that makes the guitar unstringable. The crack will flex open a bit further than in the pics, and the whole thing would probably tear off under string pressure. It looks like the neck heel has been repaired before, at the join, note the slightly sloppy glue showing at the corners. Is this salvagable? If so, how should I proceed? Just glue and clamp? I'm good with tools, but have almost zero experience repairing acoustic set-necks, and I feel like I have one chance to do it right. Thanks in advance for any advice. If I can't, or shouldn't, fix it myself, I can always take it to the luthier down the street and see what he says.