Refretting is the American term for the partial or
total substitution of the frets.
It is necessary when the frets start showing more
or less evident depressions, due to the rubbing of the chords when
they are "pressed" against each other. These furrows only
show up on the most used part of the fretboard giving the instrument's
set-up notable problems (buzzing, bad intonation, etc.).
to the use of high quality frets (18% extremely hard nickel-silver)
and a technique that "hugs" the fret on the curve of the
fretboard, as well as the fact that we don't use hammers or glue
and without pre-set radius press that deform the frets, we can refret
any instrument, electric and acoustic, with precision and superb