My buddy called me up a few days ago and said "Come get this damn thing out of here. You can have it. I'm tired of seeing it." "It" is a '92 Fender Santa Maria 12 string acoustic. The neck was broken right at the body, where the neck and the heel were joined. It was a pretty clean break, right where it was originally glued. Somehow, his wife stepped on it a few years ago and he never got around to getting it fixed. The spruce top was seperating from the body at the break also. The only thing holding the neck on was the finish. So, I took a razor and cut the finish along the fretboard and seperated the neck from the body. Cleaned up a few splinters on the neck/heel joint, dabbed some Titebond under the spruce top and on the neck/heel/body joint, clamped it and let it sit overnight. Put new strings on it today, and it plays and sounds beautifully. The break is visible, but doesn't affect the playability. My camera isn't working right today, otherwise I would have some pics up. So, here's to free guitars!