My Hamer USA Studio P-90 recently fell face first out of its guitar stand and suffered what I first thought was a broken headstock. After inspecting it more closely, I'm not convinced the wood is damaged; it looks as though the headstock flexed forward on impact, lifting the finish away from the back of the neck and shattering it, but the neck itself seems intact. The problem is, I'm not sure what to do next. I'm not that concerned about cosmetics, so I could just glue the finish back in place, sand it smooth and call it a day. However, if the wood is cracked after all, it needs to be fixed, and it seems the only way to know for sure is to remove the finish around the affected area. Unfortunately, a touch-up or refinish won't be in the budget for quite some time. What would you guys suggest in the meantime?