This isn't a big deal but I'm a little curious about it. I just bought a used neck for my P-Bass clone from e-Bay. I installed it and it is functionally perfect. It is a very high quality neck, it isn't branded but it is identical to the neck on my Reverend but with P-Bass dimensions and a Fender-shaped headstock...but I digress. There's one odd thing, though and it is purely cosmetic. It appears the previous owner removed the inlays in the rosewood board and filled the holes with wood putty or something similar. From a few feet away it looks like a vintage Fender with clay dot inlays but up close it looks odd because it is kind of poorly done. Has anybody else run into something like this? I know I can buy the inlays from StewMac. I presume I can just drill out the wood filler in the neck to the necessary depth and glue the in new inlays, right?