|hunterred43 ||03-05-2013 03:51 PM |
fretted to fretless
I know generally you can pull frets and apply epoxy. How feasible is it to remove frets and apply a wooden fretboard like ebony for a qualified luthier?
|mjac28 ||03-05-2013 03:56 PM |
That's a good question you mean remove the entire old fretboard and put on a new one?.
|hunterred43 ||03-05-2013 04:00 PM |
Well i have a maple neck that just has a maple fretboard, so i'm not dealing with rosewood or anything. It seems you could pull the frets plane it down and glue a board on and reapply the nut.
|HaMMerHeD ||03-05-2013 04:10 PM |
Depending on the neck itself, it could either be very simple or...not. Pictures of the neck?
|hunterred43 ||03-05-2013 04:21 PM |
I can get them later. It's a standard stingray with a maple neck. I was thinking an ebony board or wild olive
|hunterred43 ||03-05-2013 04:36 PM |
Any particular areas i need to concentrate on with the pictures.
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