Glazed the fretboard of my fretless with epoxide resin (vide

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georg_f
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgzqTBd1JPQ" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Well, it didn't turn out all shiny, but otherwise it's really nice.
Or at least I didn't ruin the bass or anything

No crazy shredding in the video (I still need to practice), but some nice timelapses of the whole process etc.

what do you guys think?
Jeries
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is that like a pedula? is that way you expox'd it?
georg_f
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^^no it's a Santander
it's a made in China bass
but it sounds really great though
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no no what i meant was
why did you epoxy it? to do what pedula does on their basses? makes 'em all shiny/glassy
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^^I see
well, with a glazed fretboard you can use roundwound strings without damaging the fretboard
I'd have to use flatwounds instead
with the epoxide resin fretboard you also get that Jaco Pastorius tone
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