Hi all I have a late '81/early '82 pre-Ernie Ball StingRay. The neck is maple and unfortunately the finish is started to chip/flake at the edges of a few frets on the side of the neck. I assume this is from the slight expansion/contraction of the wooden neck over the years. I am wondering if there's a process by which I can touch up these edges so that the maple remains protected and the chipping/flaking doesn't worsen. I would like to avoid going to a luthier for the simple fact that I can't afford one due to the need to save for college tuition. It doesn't bother me if the new finish doesn't match the "aged" one. Any help is appreciated!