#1
is it possible to get a new fret board on your guitar? A fret board that is Diffrent from the one it came with. For ex. replace a normal dot inlayed fret board and get a new fret board with trapizod inlays.
#3
well you could cut different inlays in the fretboard you have (as long as your going from dot to trapazoid it would probly work)....you could buy a new neck and put the inlays in...you could buy a new neck that has inlays and put it on your guitar...there are many ways
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#7
OK, theres a problem with a new fingerboard:

16 hour super-heat process to melt the glue

10 hour sitting process for the neck to regain stability

new glue and finger board need to settle for 24 hours

this $600-$800 and 2 1/2 day long process WILL NOT save you money compared to calling the company that made ur guitar n ordering a new neck

i think cutting bigger holes for inlays isnt as expensive, but if they cut intot he neck on accident bye bye neck

EDIT: i know this cuz i broke a neck on an acoustic and a guy explained the whole process of getting something once-glued replaced
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#8
if its a bolt on it shouldnt be a problem.
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