Hey bass dudes, I am thinking of switching the strings on my fretless Peavey Axcelerator from tapewounds to nickel roundwounds. The fingerboard is made of uncoated Pau Ferro, which I've heard is harder than rosewood but softer than ebony. I am concerned about chewing up the fingerboard. Do you think Pau Ferro is hard enough to handle roundwound strings? What about with slapping? Will slapping chew it up faster, or do you think it'll be fine? Will slapping even sound any good on a fingerboard that isn't epoxied? I'm thinking of using either DR Pure Blues or Dunlop Super Brights (which I really like). Thanks guys!