Hello! My first-ever order arrived today. I had ordered some wood items and they are GORGEOUS! Smooth, perfectly flat!, and the woods themselves - with each one I pulled out, I just kept saying, WOW!, *WOW*!!!, over and over.  And thank you so much for the beautiful piece of East Indian Rosewood - it was described as "2nd grade" I believe, and I asked for a reddish color if possible, and I think this piece is absolutely stunning! These really exceeded my expectations! Thank you!"

 -Kris from Texas

Instrument makers glue

Rarely, do we receive a sales order here at LMI that does not include our Instrument Makers Glue. Perfect for any area of the guitar where wood is bonded to wood, this polyvinyl glue is the only one on the market made especially for instrument makers. Because this glue dries hard, it is said to provide a sound transference medium superior to other glues.

FG/FGG features:
  • Sets up in 15-30 minutes
  • Dries transparent
  • Water-resistant
  • Great for repairs - softens with heat
  • 9-15 month shelf life of if stored between 65° to 85° (the glue will last even longer if agitated from time to time and the air space in the bottle is kept to a minimum).
STORAGE: We suggest storing the glue in the house and not in your shop if it is not climate controlled. This glue is no good if it is frozen which can occur from time to time when shipping in the winter. If you live in a cold climate, we suggest you wait for the late spring to early fall to order it. If you believe your glue has been frozen in transit (the viscosity may give this away) request a replacement bottle. We will replace the bottle once, but if frozen again, we ask you to wait for warmer weather to get a further replacement. If it smells sweet it's good.

A general rule of thumb:
If it smells sour use it as a household glue, but not on instruments.