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I've owned an Epi G-400 for almost three years now, and the frets are starting to get not so much worn, but bumpy. You feel it when you're doing vibrato, like the fret is not perfectly flat, but has little bumps from being played so much. I'm not really sure what I should do. Is a fret dressing in order, or at least enough to get the frets feeling smooth when vibrato-ing again? If so, how much does it run on average? Or is it as simple as taking some steel wool to the frets? Not really sure. As always, any help is appreciated. (I would also like to point out that that is probably the first and last emoticon I'll ever use. Not much of a fan of those lil' guys.)
#2
Wrong forum , run before troll pick the scent of this post .... they are hunting at this time of the day ....

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#3
jizz

but sersly you can try some steel wool if these bumps arnt too bad, just start light
"I have good eye-sight, insight, and foresight. How could an
intelligent hare make such a silly mistake?"
Last edited by HowToFly at May 13, 2011,