Canadian FISHGLUE, high tack, var. sizes
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For the serious 1959 replica builder: vintage correct is to glue in the frets into the fretslots using fishglue. Furthermore (tinted black) fishlue was used for gluing in the MOP logo.
We offer best Canadian high tack FISHGLUE for these processes; as you need this stuff just in little quantities (fretslots + logo) we filled this stuff up to a handy
30 ml / 1.01 oz
squeeze bottle (PE). Tip makes applying easy.
Little lasts long: quantity is good for approx. 3-5 Les Paul replicas (fretslots + logos).
Comes as quite heavy-cut, you may need to add some water for setting the viscosity to your preferences.
Available in various sizes, see drop-down menue:
100 ml = 6,90 Euro
250 ml = 15,90 Euro
500 ml = 22,90 Euro
1000ml = 37,90 Euro
You can use fishglue for all kinds of wood joints in guitar making, Jose Romanillos is a big fan of fish glue, using it for almost all wood joints: see 1:30min on Youtube regarding Romanillos + Fishglue
Hint: in the video Romanillos shows a bottle with fishglue and tells that the glue is imported from Germany. The label of the bottle shows the origin, it is a German company that supplies piano makers. From their website you can learn that they refill Canadian high-tack fisghlue, so Romanilos is using Canadian fishglue from the same origin our fishglue comes from.
- cold bonding
- high tack and long open time
- joints can be "opened" with water
- easy clean up: use a cloth that is damped with warm water
- no creeping, heat does not weaken the joint: makes it great for gluing
multi-layer sides as the bending on a hot iron causes no problems.
- excellent bonding strength
Store cold (fridge), for using warm it up to room temperature (the warmer the more fluid fishglue gets). If the consistency at room temperature is too thick for your job just add some drops of water to the fishglue and dispense well.