Are there any comprehensive refretting guides? All the ones Ive read online leave me with a few questions. I want to work up to refretting my two main guitars as they could use it so I bought a few inexpensive necks to practice on; one maple, one ebony, and two rosewood. I bought all the tools I need to refret a neck, I just need a good method to get going. A few questions I have are; Do I use heat or not when removing the fret? If so, how much? Will I need to refinish a maple neck? Do I need to use a metal fretboard protector or is tape fine when crowning? What if the old slot is larger than the new fret tang width? I plan on using Jescar fretwire which only has a .02 fret tang width but most fretwire I see is .023 tang width. What is the best glue to use to glue a fret in or is the unnecessary? Where do I put the glue, on the side of the slot or before I insert the fret? Will I need to clean the slots with a scraper before fretting? What angle do I bevel the ends at? In general I have found the least amount of information on finishing the fret ends so don't know what to do so much. Finally, when refretting the maple neck will I need to refinish it as well? This was a long read and like a game of twenty questions but I really don't want to screw up refretting a neck. Any help would by much appreciated!