joek_in_jersey Posted November 27, 2006 Report Share Posted November 27, 2006 Hi All, I would like to use an epoxy refret method on my guitar to mimimize slot degradation and allow frequent refrets. My frets dent quickly due to my style and frequency of practice. My questions are: 1) On a compound radius board what's a good method for clamping frets down to dry (how to deal with the multi-radius)? 2) Can paste wax be used to control epoxy overflow? Can overflowed epoxy be chisled out? The other choice is tape. However, if you tape right up to edge of slot then fret crown my cover the tape.. 3) What is the best method to clean slots for future refrets when using epoxy? 4) Is there a preferred type or brand of epoxy for fretting? I greatly appreciate any advice.. Joe Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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