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Discussion in 'Basses [BG]' started by Scott D, Aug 7, 2003.
Is it possible to take out dot inlays on an SX jazz bass?
SODER GUN AND ALOT OF PATIENCE. JUST DONT DO IT IF YOU HAVE HAD A FEW BEERS.I KNOW THAT FROM EXPERIENCE.
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I'm sure they can be taken out...I'm curious as to why you want to?
i love the look of a blank rosewood board, it adds alot to the looks i believe. i've always wanted a clean rosewood board.
how do i sodder them out? what would i do when theyre out?
You can pull them, but remember, they're in there. You're going to have an inlay-shaped hole.
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im not sure exactly how to take them out, but once they are out you will have holes there.
when i made my bass fretless by taking out the frets, i went to a home improvement store and got some wood filler stuff to fill in the fret holes. then i used polyurethane to cover the entire board and to finish it. you may have to do something similar.
The problem with this is that now instead of having inlay shaped holes you have wood filler colored inlays.
well not if you get the right color, they have many different types and colors. and you may also need to sand them down and such, but you will be able to tell somewhat that there were/are holes there.