So, my 2014 SG Standard took a spill yesterday and broke the headstock clean off. I'm trying to decide what direction I'm going to take with it now. I work away from home and have the guitar with me. That means I don't really have anyone close that I can get it to quickly. I can bring it home with me, but that'll be around March. So, here's the options I have come up with so far.... I try to glue it up and see if it holds. Bring it home with me and seek pro help. Order another body and scrap it. 1: I would have to order some glue and try to figure out some kind of fixture to set it in place to do the repair myself. I don't have access to any woodworking gear, so any other bracing wouldn't happen. It is kind of a beater, so I don't care what it ends up looking like, as long as it is solid. 2: It isn't worth a ton, so the repair cost would have to be low for that option to be considered. Time frame isn't an issue since I can leave it as long as necessary. 3: Replacing the body wouldn't be difficult, I would just have to drop the $$$ for it and wait for it to be shipped out here and hope it doesn't break in route. Any other ideas or options I haven't thought of?