Hi. Looking for some advice.
I recently bought a 32 year old ES-347. It's in really great nick, apart from the frets are really worn down (see photo).
The yellow binding along the fretboard has whitened over the years through use, but i think that just adds to the atheistic.
I haven't been playing very long, but i think the wornout, uneven frets might be why i get lots of fret buzz and jangle.
A luthier told me that he could re-fret, but he would never be able to make the binding seamless as it is now (i.e. there would be a little notch out of the binding where the fret is replaced).
What would be your advice?
Re-fret for a more playable guitar, or keep original and respect the passing of time.
Thanks for any advice.