#1
I'm making an electric guitar made out of mahogany with a spalted maple top. The template is a les paul. Anyway, I was told about inlay stickers, and since I'm new to guitar building, I thought I'd ask: If I install inlay stickers on the fretboard, would they peel off too easily? If so, how could I better secure it onto the fretboard?

http://www.inlaystickers.com/servlet/the-553/Bob-Weir%27s-Vine-of/Detail
#2
I put these on my first build (see sig.), although a different brand. They're on nice and securely and I can't see them peeling off any time soon. Just make sure your fretboard is clean before you apply them.

And come back and show us build pictures.
#5
yeah I've used those stickers once or twice on my Gibson Sonex. need to order again actually. easy on/off look good. no complaints on them. have iron crosses on my RR320ST been there for a bit no problems. yeah no issues with them peeling unless you mess up placing them the first time you apply. like many stickers loose their adhesive if you put on/peel off. the crosses on the RR have been there close to a year probably as I built that guitar last Xmas and have used it for gigs and practice frequently.
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#6
I put some skull & bones inlay stickers on my Ibanez last year (a little out of the ordinary for a country band, I'll admit, but it keeps people guessing) and they're still there. Haven't had any trouble with them peeling at all and I sweat a lot on stage. They even handle the sweat with...well, no sweat. Easy on and they will be easy to change when the time comes.