• I don't think there's anyway of changing inlays without replacing the neck, but I could be wrong.
  • Don't bother it's a time consuming job and the person doing it has to have many years experience. You also devalue the instrument. The inlays have to be removed and the fret board has to be cut/slotted/whatever for the new inlays, then they are glued in. The guitar may feel and play different after that. No need for it. Sell the guitar and buy the other Les Paul, it would be cheaper in the long run. Plus if the person doing the job doesn't do it correctly you have a piece of junk now.

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