#1
I just finished scalloping my guitar's neck (12-24) and I have ran into a problem. Well I re-strung it, and everything is great, except the 12th and 14th frets for every string besides the two E's have major buzzing and the note barley sounds out. My question is should I go back and refile these two frets, or should just more sanding help? Thank you.
#2
You shouldn't touch the frets while scalloping, so unless you've accidentally hit one, it shouldn't cause buzz.

Scalloping the neck can require a truss rod adjustment, since you remove quite a bit of wood, but it would have likely caused the other strings to buzz too.

If you've damaged frets, you will either need to replace them or get them stoned, and I wouldn't recommend doing it yourself unless you're absolutely certain you know what you're doing.
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#3
^ yea, I wouldn't do it stoned... you may mess up something... at least you'll giggle about it before devouring everything in your fridge

you didn't sand the fretwire, i hope
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dude, my frets are sOoOoO stoned XD

post pics of your fret scalloping so we can see

(trying so hard not to jack this thread)
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