Gemm012 Posted September 29, 2005 Report Share Posted September 29, 2005 Hey, I have a fairly dark rosewood fretboard that desperately needs to be refretted. I'm customizing the rest of the guitar and thought I'd change the boring old dots. I may try and get a precut vine inlay from one of the suppliers in the supply section. I also thought that I may do offset dot inlays. Anyway, I wanted to know if there was someway that I could fill up the old dot inlays and make them hard to see. I was thinking about dyeing the board black anyway, so that may help hide it. If there are any rosewood dot inlays I can get, that would be cool. Anyway, if anyone can help me out, that would be really nice. I noticed on one of Jeremy's guitars (the blue sparkle RG to Jem convert with the blue vine) he made the dots practically invisible. Thanks for all the help to come. Galen. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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