hello friends i´ll have to have my graphite neck musicman refretted very soon, due to heavy use and fret filing of my 85 cutlass sunburst, wich i love!! and i´m afraid that the job is going to be different from the wooden necks. this is the email that i´ve just sent to modulus guitars. ( didn´t reply yet) can you help me with some advice for refretting? did it happen to you? best wishes from spain!! Raúl .................................................. Dear sirs, i have a pre Ernie Ball musicman bass that i´ve got brand new at new york in 1985. I´ve been told that at that time the neck was builded by your company ( modulus) on request of musicman , is that so?( some friend told me that modulus just shaped the necks, but musicman made de fretting job) my inquiry is because it´s steel frets are so worn out that probably i´ll have to refret it by a local repairman in spain ( wich i guess is surely not experienced on ebonite fretboards or stainless steel frets.). overseas jobs would be so expensive!!! Please, what are the main issues that i have to be aware of, regarding a good composite reffretting job ( ebonite behavior when defretting, steel fret management, fretboard finishing o sanding, fret glue-(epoxy)?, to heat or not to heat?- where can i find steel frets? thanks for your support, i´m very concerned about the caring of such a good neck.