My Ibanez Performance acoustic has been bellying for about 2 years. The bridge had slowly been seperating from the top and the bulge appears to be growing. The back appears to be bellying outwards slightly. A month or so ago i injected liquid nails under the bridge best I could. There has been zero visible splitting of the bridge from the top as far as I can see since injecting the liquid nails. MY IDEA: To solve the bellying I think i might measure and cut a solid block of wood into a rectangle, place this inside the body centered under the bridge running back tawards the strap button. I would then put screw through the top, back and bridge into the block. My goal is to stabalize the top.and back from further warping, or bellying. Do you think this will work? Ive read about the Thompson tool for bellying, as well as the bridge doctor, but i think that what i am suggesting will be all around more effective in presrving the guitars playability for years to come. I want to tune to open A or E without worrying about whether I am causing critical damage to the guitar.