"Many luthiers, including the
great Don Teeter who invented the method, use the epoxy method to refret entire guitars. I don't use this method unless it is absolutely necessary, as it was with this job, because it makes future refrets much more difficult. It's tough to extract frets that have been seated with epoxy. The resin is hard to remove from the fret slots, and the slots get too wide to use the traditional hammer-in method. So, once a guitar has been refretted in this method you pretty much have to use the same method to refret it again." - Jeff