fingerboard

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a guidepost resembling a hand with a pointing index finger

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a narrow strip of wood on the neck of some stringed instruments (violin or cello or guitar etc) where the strings are held against the wood with the fingers

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They designed their own headstocks, used math to align their fretboards properly and installed all of the guitars' hardware, from the pickups to the tuner pegs.
Troy Nelson's Fretboard Freedom (9781458420145, $24.
He was looking at McCartney's guitar which is on display at the club and was talking about the fretboard so he knows his guitars.
The guitar features a highly figured two-piece black korina body and solid black korina neck; the neck has an ebony fretboard and an ebony headstock overlay.
10 years ago TEESSIDE tennis racquet strummers were whipping themselves into a fretboard frenzy when the UK Air Guitar Championships came to town.
around those soulful melodies and, most importantly, letting those fingers fly spontaneously and seemingly effortlessly all over the fretboard.
It is a matter of personal taste how much of the Santana fretboard love you can handle.
In my mind's eye, I could see my fingers holding the chords and running up and down the fretboard.
To blur that signature Graham puts a second microphone next to the guitar fretboard.
They've transformed the Apple tablet into a shredding six-string, complete with working fretboard.
The park will be shaped like a guitar and will contain "lyrical stepping stones, rain drums, a sculpted butterfly garden, performance area, sound garden and a green space" as well as a fretboard shaped bridge, the Daily Telegraph reported.
Elsewhere in the shop, Gilberto de Lima put his ear right up against the dots on a fretboard repaired by an apprentice.
But if the gig was slow to ignite - it took half an hour before a barnstorming cover of Billy Cobham's Stratus lit the blue touch paper - there were fretboard fireworks before bedtime.
I put my fingers on the fretboard to make a 'C' chord," he remembers, "and surprised myself, 'It's still there