#1
Currently have tree of life inlays that are white. How hard would it be to put green in instead? Or would a sticker be a better option?
#3
Quote by Explorerbuilder
Very, very hard...
you would have to re rout every single piece and put new ones in. Just go for sticker.


That seems to be everyone's thoughts. Thanks for the input.
#4
I priced a tree of life for one im building. £50 was the cheapest i found. Then id have to rout a blank neck for it, which it slightly beyond my skill level. No local luthier would do it for less than £100.


Try some green stain...
#6
stain is usless, stickers will come off. Green sharpie anyone?
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#7
I think im gonna go with green stickers. They supposedly last for two years or so. and theyre only $20. alot cheaper than a new neck or new inlays. :P My problem is, I dont know how hard they are to remove once theyre on.. What if they start to come off in spots, and i cant get all of them off? Then im left with half green, half pearl inlays....