Well this is heartbreaking-- first time cutting my own fret slots. I had printed off a fret scale from WFret. I spot checked it with a caliber to ensure my printer was accurate. Then I carefully used spray adhesive and applied it to a board to cut the slots. Then I was an idiot and assumed it was foolproof and went as far as fretting the neck with stainless steel frets (and I nailed the fret job...they went in so beautifully). Unfortunately I think I must have stretched the paper scale when I was applying it to the maple for cutting, because the slots are off when I put it against another guitar. Then I reprinted the scale and it agreed the slots are off. I'd like to salvage the rest of the neck because I already cut the glue-in neck slot to fit the neck perfectly. Anyone know how I can remove the fretboard? I used Titebond I glue. There goes $15 in abalone fret markers, $18 in stainless steel frets, and countless hours of my time to tediously hand-radious that with a sanding block This one makes me want to quit.