fingerboard

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fingerboard

the long strip of hard wood on a violin, guitar, or related stringed instrument upon which the strings are stopped by the fingers
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Soon, a crowd had lined up to try the guitars, which were handsomely designed with a Philippine flag on their fret boards.
Guitar Fret Board: The guitar fret board shows a bordered note to display the selected secondary relationship match.
Strumming his guitar with BOO written across the fret board he soon had the audience singing along to songs like 23 Skidoo, that he described as an ear worm of a track.
What followed was a master class in guitar playing and a blur of fingers as Emmanuel tore around the fret board teasing out notes and hammering out heavy percussive rhythms on the guitar's soundbox, most notably in a tune entitled Mombassa, a staggering display.
But that design leads to the presence of the sound hole at the end of the fret board, which puts limits on the size of the soundboard.
Students will learn the basic skills of playing the acoustic guitar (not provided) such as tuning, fret board notes, chord shapes, strumming technique, awareness of rhythm and changing chords.
It's the perfect showcase for Rodgers' remarkable range and Ralphs' command of the fret board and this was the best version we've heard for years.
A WOMAN clad in a salwar-suit handles the fret board of a six string.
Elevating the Guitar Hero series to new heights with unmatched social gameplay, an enhanced style, new in-game artists and more rock legends, Guitar Hero 5 features new surprises and challenges that will fire-up long-time fret board fanatics and create a new generation of addicts.
After a few metronome beats, the "lead" guitarist signalled the start of the performance by tapping the right finger on the guitar fret board.
As he moved to more familiar ground with songs such as Romeo and Juliet and Sultans of Swing, Knopfler let his fingers do the talking, effortlessly dancing up and down the fret board of his guitars.