Here's what it is.... My engelhardt EC1 has a maple ebonized fingerboard. I had it shaped and dressed by a good luthier, who also redyed the board, but I am a bit anoyed that whatever I do to it, the black dye is going to continue to wear off and show maple through. I found a rosewood board made specifically for my instrument at Bob G's website for around 80 bucks. I know that in replacing the fingerboard I will have to have the new one shaped and dressed, but I would like to do it as economically as possible. Is is worth it to remove and replace the fingerboard myself and then take it to the luthier to have it properly dressed? How would I go about removing the old board and regluing the new one.