#1
Alright. So i got the idea that i wanted to defret a bass.
This...http://cgi.ebay.com/PEAVEY-BASS-GUITAR-MILLENIUM-BXP-USED-BUT-WORKS-GREAT_W0QQitemZ320248774100QQihZ011QQcategoryZ47064QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem is the bass that i think i'm going to get to do it on. Is it a good bass to do so? I already have one, i just dont want to do anything to it righ now.

Does anyone have a tutorial or help that can help me in figuring out how to do this? I redid a guitar once, so I'm not completely clueless on how to work with guitars.
#2
There was a very good tutorial online with pictures, but I can't find it at the moment. Bottom line: do NOT use wood filler to fill the gaps. Wood filler will compress with the pull of the strings on the fretboard. After that, enjoy your warped-beyond-repair neck.

Maple strips, epoxy, acrylic, etc. All are fine. Just do not use wood filler.

Edit: this: http://www.mikelull.com/fretless%20conversion/conversion1.htm
Sincerely, Chad.
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Last edited by Chad48309 at May 10, 2008,