#1
Why is it so cheap compared to dunlop fretwire? Is it of poorer quality, or is the dunlop wire just horribly marked up?

Also: How much would I need for a 24 fret, 25.5" scale fret board?
#2
I really cant comment on the allparts, but the dunlop's probably marked up a bit just because it is brand name. However, warmoth's stuff is fine quality, I used it when my neck-thru had to be re-fretted.
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#3
alright, thanks. I was just looking at how cheap it was and it was very surprising.
#4
Stewmac, believe it or not, has the cheapest fretwire I've been able to find, if you don't mind buying in bulk. I couldn't believe Dunlop's prices (or Allparts' for that matter).
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#5
Oh, yeah, that's not a bad price at all... thanks, I hadn't even bothered to look there. Just assumed it would be more considering how much they usually cost, i guess.
#6
I like allparts fret wire as they have really big selection. Especially in stainless which I like to use. I know 2 sticks of fret wire will do a 21-22 fret with a little piece left over. But will probably be 1 fret short of doing a 24 fret.