Hey! I recently sold my guitar to a guy in the US and during shipping the tip of the headstock was broken off (2 small pieces) and headstock binding was obviously messed up as well I have no idea how hard they must have thrown the case because I especially made sure to wrap the headstock in bubble wrap as well as humanly possible and add layers of bubble wrap on top of the case and in between the case and the box - the part of the (flight) case where the headstock was is also damaged. Anyway what's done is done,I insured the package so the post office will hopefully cover all the costs of the repair. The buyer has been really cool with it thus far and he said his friend suggested him a luthier that could probably fix it but today, after the buyer described the damage on the headstock to the luthier over the phone, the luthier said it is a 'major repair and might not be doable/fixable'. I have no idea about luthiery and repairs, but I've seen pics of Gibsons with headstock snapped in 2 fixed so I can't believe something like this could not be fixed. So yeah, I am asking for your opinion, luthiers of SSO - could this damage be fixed? If so, how much cca would such a repair cost? Any luthiers in california that would be capable of doing the repair? Thanks!