I have a 1976 defretted Gibson G3. It is great, but not as satisfying as a genuine fretless. I want to buy a fretted Grabber, remove the fretted fretboard, and replace it with a nice smooth, fretless fretboard. I've watched videos about removing the fretboard, but cannot find much about locating and attaching a new fretboard. Anyone able to show me the way? I think the steps are as follows. (1) Remove the existing fretboard. (2) Locate a fretless replacement. (a) Where can I find a smooth, never fretted, fretless fretboard (rosewood, other)? (b) How can I make one out of a nice piece of wood (I am an okay woodworker)? (3) Attach the new fretless fretboard. (4) Make customizations to the nut (I have no clue of the specs). (5) Locate the proper place to ink in the side dots (probably not the right term). If anyone can walk me through this, I'd be much grateful. Step 2 seems hardest. I'll bet I will need to resort to step 2.b. Some tips on this would be great.