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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Featuring a rolling fret board on which you have to synchronise button hits on a plastic guitar, you have to strum out hits to gain approval from an audience.
Players strum a small toy guitar and press colour-coded keys on the fret board in order to 'play' a famous rock song.
With a mini fret board slotted into the Gameboy Advance cartridge slot, you can start strumming away in the same way the big consoles have done things over the last couple of years.
With a mini fret board inserted into the Game boy Advance slot, you can start strumming away.
He picked the guitar back up to shred through Tear It Up, with Wyman's articulate bass keeping pace with his frenetic fret board work.
As the opening chords to Heaven In My Hands thumped out, all we could see were red lights the whole length of the bass fret board.
But when his fingers dance like flames across the fret board, the hair on the back of my neck stands up.
For reduced button noise, Logitech uses rubber dome technology on the fret board controls, the same material used in its award-winning keyboards.
Erik likes running around the fret board, bouncing the fingers on everything.
Technically without peers, his speed across the fret board is quite incredible.
It was a brilliant innovation - a digital guitar which required button presses on the fret board to match notes on screen.