I'm thinking about what to do with a guitar of mine. I like it quite a bit but it would play better if I had at least some of the frets replaced. And if I really wanted it to be it's best I might even get a neck reset. The thing is that it's a fairly old guitar and although it's not collector grade I think people getting old guitars pay more for them if everything is original. Which brings up another possibility, since it has early 50s tulip tuners and a P90 maybe it would make sense to sell that stuff and use the proceeds to help pay for a refret, etc. I'm thinking maybe if it's not all original (specifically a fret job) then maybe for the buyers who would want it if I ever sold it they really wouldn't care if the tuning machines and so on were original or not if they looked pretty much identical. So much of the feel of the guitar comes from the neck and frets and this guitar feels really nice but the frets are just so low and there's probably a little hump where the body and neck join that prevents it from playing better with the frets that are on it now though I don't know for sure. Anyhow I'm looking for some opinions on whether or not I should just sell it as is, and get something equivalent that doesn't require any work, or fix it up so it plays great since I already know that I basically like it and it's "old wood". And if I'm going to change it anyhow (to rectify any issues), what are the pluses and minuses of selling the old hardware that might be worth something to someone.