#1
I'm trying to put a new fretboard on my XPT700. Being a neck-thru, you cannot remove the neck without losing the guitar. I'm not sure if the fretboard is binded, but if it isn't, how would I change the fretboard?

Thanks
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#2
u can remove the fretboard but u shouldnt do it urself unless u know wat ur doing. getting a shop to do it for you will cost quite abit.

do it if u really need to, otherwise just leave it alone.
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Shitstirrer
#3
Whether the fingerboard is bound or not, you'll need a steam injector, and a lot of patience.

If you don't have access to a steam injector, you might be able to do it with an iron and a VERY thin straight edge. Use the steam burst from the iron to melt the glue gradually, with the straight edge providing leverage, and allowing the steam to penetrate further. You have to be VERY careful, and do it VERY slowly, to prevent any fingerboard snapping incidents.
#4
Its one of those things you need to be real sure you want a new fretboard due to expense and difficulty.