A friends 95 white SG had a headstock repair fail, and asked me to assist. He told me he didn’t care if I ruined it and didn’t mind being the guinea pig (this repair was my first). Not finished yet, but still wanted to share. First started by opening up the joint and removing all the glue with acetone. Needed it clean enough and wide enough to take to the titebond 3. Once fully opened, got in as much titebond as possible and clamped. At first I thought I’d have to spline it, but after testing the reglued headstock, turns out it was structurally sound! Sanded back the glue, added some primer and began to try and paint match the yellow patina with mixol tints. The last photo isn’t the most recent, as I just this am sprayed and feathered in the yellow/white over the cracks. My buddy wants a stinger, so I just need to cover the cracks on the side before I prep and mask off the stinger. Stay tuned for updates! Hoping to be shooting black by end of this weekend.