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De-fretting a bass.

Discussion in 'Luthier's Corner' started by Skerik1, Feb 19, 2003.


  1. Skerik1

    Skerik1

    Sep 21, 2002
    Saint Paul, MN
    Hi there! I'm planning on getting a Spector NS2000/Q6 and I'm looking for a luthier who would be willing to de-fret it for me. What would a job like this cost?

    For anyone willing to help me out, E-mail me:
    lesclaypool333@hotmail.com

    --Matthew
     
  2. Skerik1

    Skerik1

    Sep 21, 2002
    Saint Paul, MN
    I for got to mention something. I talked to Darrin Huff about it, and he said that putting a layer of ebony over the fretboard would be possible to give it an underlined look, rather than having lines on the fretboard.

    --Matthew
     
  3. Mud Flaps

    Mud Flaps

    Feb 3, 2003
    Norton, MA
    Well, when you get an answer, can you post it? I am potentially going to get the same bass and have it defretted. Good luck. A shot out to all Primus fans.