Well I don't see anything wrong with RiseofRock's reply either (or any other for that matter), as he is merely pointing you to the right section of the forums.
Anyway, to solve your problem, try changing the e-mail address on the current user, I'm sure one can do that. Then try creating a new...
Just a little laugh... I was exploring Ishibashi and found this cool description:
Nothing negative to say though, their descriptions just spice up the visit and make choosing a guitar fun. :)
[EDIT] Ahh it's so cute how some things are translated. Laquer is spelled Raccar. :D
Looking For An Angel - great song, Los Lonely Boys'ish at places.
I Try To Hold On -> that's just plain cool. Luv it. Especially the guitar progression. And the vocals, of course. Work nice together. :BOUNCE
Ugh... "Start a relic project" sounds awful. If there is any cosmetic damage on the guitar, it has appeared by accident and should not be neither fixed nor intentionally taken any further. This event is to start off a very long trail of kicks, nicks, scrapes and whatnot that is considered...
I'll take the flexibility of a bolt-on joint over a little extra sustain of a set-neck anytime.
A tight neck pocket plus some pressure on the neck can produce sounds quite like crackling, even a minute movement.