Hey bass dudes, So I've got this old Hamer Slammer SB4F short scale bass that I'm thinking of converting to fretless for fun. I've been missing my fretless since I sold it, and I never play this Hamer anyways - I figure making it fretless will give me reason to play it. But I'm concerned about how to fill the spaces left by the frets. I've heard of using wood veneers, but I don't have the skill, know-how, or tools for making wood veneers and I don't have the money (or desire) to have this done professionally - just a fun project for me. Anyway, I've heard of people coating fretless boards with superglue, so I'm wondering if it would be feasible to fill those fret spaces with super glue rather than wood, then coat the board with superglue to even it out and make a durable fingerboard. What do you guys think? Good idea? Bad idea? On a side note, does anyone know of any pickups that could be a drop in replacement for the soapbars on a Hamer Slammer? Unlikely, I know... but I'm not looking to be cutting any wood away from the body, and upgrading with new pups would be nice. Thanks for your wise guidance! Merry New Year!