#2
The lutherie shop by my house that does refretting, they estimate 300 for a full refrett
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#3
Are the frets totally worn down? If not you may benefit more from fret-planing which is considerably less expensive. I would ask a tech. A few shallow grooves can be planed out.
#4
when you re-fret do they replace the whole fretboard? or just the frets? cuz mine has sharktooth inlays and i dont want a new whole fretboard with boring pie marks on em
#5
Quote by zackywackyhacky
when you re-fret do they replace the whole fretboard? or just the frets? cuz mine has sharktooth inlays and i dont want a new whole fretboard with boring pie marks on em

Those are called "dots", hard words, yes i know
And it replaces your frets, not the fretboard
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