I have a Cigano GJ-10, which is a very nice guitar for it's price (I didn't buy it here, I bought it in a shop in Holland). However after about two weeks of owning it, the left moustache piece (the things at the side of the bridge) just fell off.
I don't think this is acceptable for a new guitar, but I'm in doubt about just taking the whole thing back. The shop is pretty far away and getting there will cost me travel money and a lot of time. And the people in the shop didn't look or sound like they knew much about GJ guitars. I don't think they'll just glue it back on for me, so they'll probably send it back to Saga and odds are I won't see my guitar back for half a year...
Should I just glue it back on myself? I have two left hands when it comes to tools and fixing stuff, but this seems so simple, it shouldn't take me more than a minute. However I'm not sure what kind of glue to use. And I don't wanna do anything to the guitar I'm not sure about, if I do something stupid I will not have a warranty ofcourse. So is it wise to operate on it myself?
Thanks in advance.