#1
Last night I was playing my guitar and I'm not sure how I did (I'm assuming I was pressing down too hard) and there's 3 indents on the lines that seperate frets (yeah I'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to guitars..)

When I play a bend on that fret on the b string it gets caught in it and makes a weird noise.

I took a pictures of it since you probably didn't get much out of my explanation.

http://good-times.webshots.com/photo/2523425680104059460GhFeZY

It's kinda hard to see, but click on the picture then click full screen and it's on the left side of the fret with the inlay closest to the right and it's under the b string.

What should I do?
#2
The lines that seperate the frets are the frets, you little nugget. But, that aside, you'll need to get some new frets in. On my first guitar, the same's happened, and I've tried everything to fix it. So yeah, you'll need a refret.

I don't know why it's caused to be honest, but the same happened to me, underneath the same string, on the same fret. And I'm not even joking.
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#4
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The lines that seperate the frets are the frets, you little nugget.

Haha

How much do you think it would cost to get a 'refret'?

And yeah it's pretty weird how it's the same fret on our guitars that's messed up.
#5
I didn't think that you would need to refret, but I've never had that problem.
I would assume you would need your frets re-crowned or whatevever.
#6
with a dented fret, could be $20 a fret. depends if it's going to be fixed or pulled and replaced.
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#7
Please take better picture.
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#8
That fret be dead... a good refret will cost you anywhere from $250-$400
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#9
Ok so one guy thinks it would cost $20 and another says $250-400..

That's not exactly close so if anyone else has an idea then post it.
#10
it's about $20 a fret or hundreds for the whole board. i dont know why he said it like that.
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