#1
I have a Jackson kelly, in which i want to change the regular white dot inlays to red ones.
I've read online that heating it up will make the glue melt and free the inlay, but I've also read that some that are made in plastic melt. it's there other way to removing them other than heating the inlay itself with a soldering iron and if anyone here has tips that i could have it would be appreciated.
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#3
Quote by sxymnky777
oh god

that helps...
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#4
you could drill them out and replace them that way.... but your asking to **** up your guitar.
#5
mhhh.
red would be too goo to be true. but i'm having second thoughts.
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#6
I have used a forstner bit to drill existing dots out. I got rid of the plastic ones and put abalone in of the same size. Pretty easy to do with the correct size bit and a drill press.