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Discussion in 'Hardware, Setup & Repair [BG]' started by Rafterman, May 2, 2001.
anyone know any good websites for defretting jobs?
Here is a pretty definitive site:
Found it with the search button.
ok i've already taken the frets out of my Squier P-bass...
what kind of sand/grit paper should i use to sand off the little chips of wood? (i don't know what type of sand/grit paper i should use, is it 300 or 400?)
what should i use, polyeurothane, epoxy, wood filler?
what do i use for the finish?
what works REALLY well...and if musicman didn't fvcking WELD the frets in i would have been able to do the defret job myself and i would have used this....are these 1/8th inch thick plastic strips..they come in sheets at hobby shops. they're only like 5 bucks. fill with epoxy or cyranoacralate (superglue). top the fretboard off with somekind of hardener if it's not ebony.
oh yeah...and if you're going to do more than a little sanding, USE A RADIUS BLOCK OR YOU WILL MESS UP YOUR NECK.
1/8th inch thick plastic strips?...will that fit in my Squier's fret gaps?
will i have to sand the fretboard down first?
tell me what else i could do?
What else you could do? Take it to a tech to fill and sand. If you mess up, youll ruin the fretboard, and you'll HAVE to take it to the tech.
i can take it to GC, right?