I bought a vintage ‘56 Duo Sonic awhile ago and have been enjoying it immensely. However, I’m not entirely satisfied with the fret height, as it feels like I really have to press hard to fret the high E string especially. It should be noted that the guitar is currently entirely playable, just not optimized for my touch. The frets are not pitted, but certainly worn from 60+ years of playing. I’m seriously considering getting a refret to make it more to my taste. I know that Fender used especially small fret wire back then, and maybe I’m reacting to the nature of this? So...I’m wondering what fret wire to use to get some more height to ease having to push down to the fretboard. The luthier I talked to suggested Stew Mac #148 (medium). Will this be tall enough to feel different from what is on the guitar now? I’m not a fan of wide or jumbo frets, btw. I know that Fender installed these in sideways back in the day, and the luthier would have to of course pull them out the same way so as to not damage the nice played-in maple fretboard. Perhaps the size of the slot limits the fret wire choice? I’m excited about refrets in general (had my 50’s Gibson some a few years ago and it made a world of difference), just want to make the best choice and not screw up a beautiful vintage piece. Anyone have experience with these old Duo Sonics and refrets?