I've been wanting to get my Raygun Relic Strat fret levelled for a while, having seen this thread: http://thefretboard.co.uk/discussion/54698/new-wudtone-utfl-under-tension-fret-leveller-delivers-accuracy-for-best-playability-every-time
I thought I'd have a go my self.
I ordered the kit last Saturday I believe and it was with me by Tuesday, very prompt.
The kit is one bar (which features as both the straight edge to ensure the board is flat and the sanding area) and three blocks to be placed on the fret board at the top of the board, middle and end to rest the level on.
As with all of Wudtone products you get no instructions in the kit, you have to go online to find out how to use them.
I followed the guide posted in the above thread. I fitted a pencil under the strings at the first fret, re-tuned, placed the blocks, placed the level and then clamped at both ends until the level was completely flat on the blocks, one thing I disagree with in the above guide is that I feel you need to raise the strings at the end of the board too, otherwise, with a low action and the thickness of the tool, the strings at the end on the board put pressure on the tool, therefore potentially making the tool not sand flush as its being pushed down by the strings. To overcome this, I just pulled the three strings up by hand.
After that it was plain sailing, I just sanded, the faced the tool the other way and repeated (again lifting the strings). I guess your experience may vary, depending on the action on your guitar before you start.
I removed the pencil, retuned and gave the guitar a quick play (knowing I still needed to crown / dress the frets). The buzzing I had before is now gone and the guitar plays with the kind of low action I like
Overall a good product and one I would recommend.
Easy to level your own frets at a keen price
Product is good quality
Packing is a bit crap, this might seem a pointless thing, BUT if it was sent in a poster tube or similar, it'd be a lot easier to store and keep dust free
Some pictures of the tool in use:
Hope that helps someone.