You could have used a Seymour Duncan Woody and connect a wireless transmitter to it and place that inside the guitar.
Very easy to install and remove and no need for drilling out the guitar for a jack.
If you only need small pieces, look into picks, f.x. Fender Heavy.
I just ordered some for my fretboard dots on my 1947 ukulele restoration.
Some pickguards are also announced as being celluloid.
For white, you can dissolve tabletennis balls and pour it into the engraving or into a mold.
Yes, the head with tuners is very heavy and not supported at all in the case. On top of that, the neck is supported just where it is weakest.
It's like a man falling on his back on a table, with his head over the edge.
You can straighten the neck and the fretboard under heat.
Tighten it down to a straight surface and heat it to 80 C and leave it for 2-3 days and slowly let it cool. Maybe you need to bend it a little extra, in the way you want it.
I have straightened necks with a cardboardbox around the...
The shop can fix it but it's not so difficult.
I once bought a leather briefcase which had glue on it, so I got a 50% discount and just cleaned the glue with cleaning naphtha.
I have also adjusted the foam of a ukulele case that was to small. I soaked the cloth and foam i n the sides, from the...