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I have a small section (~7 feet wide) of makeshift wall - that consists of simply 7 sheets of 5/8" DW - green glued between them, and screwed in directly to the ceiling beam (which hangs down about 6 inches). Basically through the years, I've added onto the wall thinking (incorrectly that it's too small of a space to impact sound proofing much, and that LOT's of mass +lot's of GG would suffice.) - Anyway - I see my mistake and want to create a frame and decouple it and then reinstall the DW+GG
How can I take this down without ruining the pieces?
I have access to the side and tried prying the pieces apart, but due to the glue doing so may break apart the pieces.
I also tried to a jab saw - but way too many pieces to cut through.