Stray Dog Posted August 28, 2006 Report Share Posted August 28, 2006 Im rather new to this guitar builing shindig. What Im working on right now is completely re-doing a cheap 335 copy - all new hardwear, refret, and refinishing. Anyway, the guitar has some rather ugly abalone dot inlays which don't work very well with the rosewood fingerboard, which isn't very dark. How hard would it be to remove the dot inlays and replace them with new MoP ones? Is it worth doing myself? What would I need to do? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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