...or rather I tried and I failed! I "ripped" the frets out of my old Hohner-B Bass on Saturday. I then filled the gaps with wood glue, sanded, then varnished and sanded three times, then polished. It actually sounds better tonally than before (it couldnt have got much worse), but the neck is twisted slightly towards the E string (it's old, cheap and hasnt been looked after), so the intonation is way off - it seems like the spacing between notes is slightly different on each string? I can play exactly where the fret used to be on the 12th on the E and A strings, but I have to play above the 12th fret line on the G to reach an octave up!... I discovered this after playing it for a few hours and thinking. "How come I cant find a right note on the G?"... it took about 1/2 and hour of staring at the fretboard while playing to figure it out..! I expected to have BAAAD intonation, but this is almost spooky!! I think this is pretty logical, but I may have got the wrong end of the stick? The neck is definitely twisted, which means that intonation is totally freaked, is that generally right? ...thinking of starting out as a luthier after my invaluable experience... any customers?!?!?!?!