Maybe some of you can help. I'm pretty much a novice when it comes to tech work (the most I've been able to accomplish is installing pickups or adjusting saddle height/radius or intonation). I've got an '88 Fender Strat Plus w/ rosewood fretboard that sounds and plays beautifully, except that a couple of the frets (particularly the 2nd and 3rd) have developed an indentation mark/slot where the G string crosses over them (which makes me think that these are nickle frets). So now I have a nasty buzz on that string whenever I play an A note/chord on the 2nd fret. You get the idea. I also have a buzz up on the 14th, but that may just be an issue of string height rather than fret replacement. I don't have it in my budget to have a luthier do a complete refret job, and I've never attempted something like this myself. What I'm wondering is this: Would I be able to replace 1 or 2 frets on my own without ruining a 20 year old guitar that I love? or: How much am I looking at to get 1 or 2 frets replaced professionally (and will they do that, or do I have to commit to refretting the whole neck). I want to keep it as inexpensive as possible without doing a hack job. Any help would be awesome.