Re: Got my tools. Time to do fret ends.
I recommend the book "Fret Work Step-by-Step" by Erick Coleman and Dan Erlewine (available on Amazon or on the StewMac webiste).
That book, plus some videos (back in the VHS cassette days) are where I got the "book learning" needed for doing fretwork. I do encourage you to practice on some junker necks though, to get a feel for the technique and the cut of the files first. I've seen junk necks on ebay for as low as $20 - $30 (including shipping).
However, before you file...
I always try a conservative approach first. Get your guitar back to proper humidity levels (50% - 55% RH) and keeping it there for 2-3 weeks solid. Sometimes, in minor cases of under-humidification, simply getting some humidity back into the wood is enough to eliminate the razor fret.
Note, however, that unless you KEEP your guitar at that humidity level, you'll continue to have this issue. So, be honest with yourself about whether you can do that or not.
Last edited by webmaestro; 02-11-2017 at 06:02 PM.