I bought this Indonesian, probably 80s or 90s strat knockoff for $12. It has a nice sunburst finish and a thin body like a Squier Affinity. Body is solid wood probably a cheap mahogany of some sort. Here's the problem. The previous owner apparently dive bombed the strings so hard that the wood cracked where the 6 bridge screws attach the bridge to the body. With the strings under tension the wood lifts up. There are two serious cracks, one on either side of the 6 bridge screws. The guitar is going to end up as one of 2 things, either a cheap player or a very pretty wall ornament. Needless to say I'm hoping it will end up being playable. My (hopefully) fix? Got some low viscosity Titebond wood glue and flooded the cracks on the top and inside the guitar. The Titebond really did flow into the cracks well. Regular superglue was too thick to do much more than the surface. Anyway I put a goodly bit of the Titebond into the cracks and pressed everything together. It was probably set within 30 seconds or so but I'm not going to test it till tomorrow. Now I know that the 'proper' fix for this would have involved a decent bit of woodworking skills, dowels and equipment that I do not have. So guys what do you think? Will the Titebond hold or do I have a $12 Wall hanging?