#1
Is it possible to switch the Fret inlays to a different inlay?


also how much does it cost
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#2
depends on what kind of inlay. what are you wanting? and what inlay does it have now?
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#3
Like a different color? Or a different design?
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#4
They make fake inlay stickers. I've never tried them personally but I doubt they'd last very long.
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#5
You could mill in a new one as long as they were larger than old ones, like going from dots to trapezoids.
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#6
for how expensive it would be, i think that what design you want will make a huge difference. if you want a PRS quality birds or a vine or something, i would imagine it would cost *alot* more then just changing dots to blocks.
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depends on what kind of inlay. what are you wanting? and what inlay does it have now?



I want shark tooth inlays on an Epiphone Les Paul
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I want shark tooth inlays on an Epiphone Les Paul

In all honesty, would probably cost about a quarter of the value of the guitar. Plus, if your Epi has the big trapezoid inlays it won't really be possible.
#9
Inlay work is serious stuff...is it really worth doing that mod to the guitar? If you're committed to doing it- try out warmoth.com and create a custom neck there. You can get an epi style neck with the jackson sharkfins on it. Thats probably the easiest route...

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I want shark tooth inlays on an Epiphone Les Paul

go custom.

you need to remove the fretboard and buy a new one and put new inlays on your new fretboard.
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#11
Inlay work is expensive. With shark tooth you would end up removing the frets so your already gonna be at 200$ before you start routing for inlays. The other option is to remove the fretboard and put a new one on, again not an economical option if you pay a luthier to do it. If its a set neck epi there is no option of swapping necks. If it is a bolt neck the inlay work would easily exceed the cost of the guitar. And finding necks to swap into an epi isnt easy especially w any kind of inlay work, not many want to pay 300$ for a neck for a 200$ guitar. It comes down to this TS unless you want to spend several hundred on a cosmetic change the stickers are your only option.
#12
Agreed to all the above statements, with the addition that an Epi Les Paul isn't worth that much of an upgrade cost.

You could probably order a Carvin with that sort of fretboard.
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