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  • n. Plural form of fingerboard.


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  • "Because ebony is used for the parts of our instruments that we touch the most," explains the quartet's cellist, Raphaël Merlin, "namely the fingerboards and the frogs of our bows."

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  • Tech Deck, a manufacturer of 2 1/2-inch long skateboards - "fingerboards" - has spent the past five months hosting competitions in more than 10 cities to find the best fingerboarder in America.

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  • Fretboards (also referred to as fingerboards) are usually made from rosewood, maple, or ebony.

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  • 250S and 350S have radiused fingerboards, which is a nice perk for some players, like me.

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  • Gibson says the ebony was partially finished for use as fingerboards and that Indian officials have endorsed such exports as legal.

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  • The government has focused on a March 2009 shipment of ebony from Madagascar intended for guitar fingerboards.

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  • Gibson says it got permits and followed foreign laws on exports of finished products, such as the prepared slats of Indian rosewood used on guitar fingerboards.

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  • In fact, anyone used to fingerboards -- those miniature finger controlled skateboards -- will feel immediately at home.

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  • Students learn such skills as using hand tools, varnishing, cutting bridges, fitting sound posts, planning fingerboards, and using glues and clamps.

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  • The third level trains students to carve scrolls, make fingerboards, and set necks.

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