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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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Extension, superstructure and renovation of the building of the primary school in brest and task 2 - renovation and modernization of the gymnasium at the primary school in wodzislaw as part of the investment project titled comprehensive improvement of didactic and sports base in educational fingerboards in the wodzislaw commune
Ruth Stap (1944 to 1948) had a similar job: cutting out and installing the pearl Gibson logo and fingerboard inlays.
Wood from both trees is also in demand for musical instruments; rosewood is used to make the bodies of guitars, among others, because of its exceptional tone, and ebony is thought to make the best fingerboards of various stringed instruments.
The main difference between fingerboards and full-size boards: You can try daring tricks without worrying about scraping your knees.
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Tech Deck (from pounds 3.94, toysrus.co.uk) This ever-expanding range of colourful fingerboards can be customised to meet your exacting standards.
Digit Tricks - Tech Deck - from pounds 3.94 at www.toysrus.co.uk This ever-expanding range of colourful fingerboards can be customised to meet your exacting standards.
This was music-making of grand gestures: of generous vibrato, cello strings buzzing against fingerboards and gloriously big, expressive portamenti.
MC844G can also be used in various functional and decorative parts on musical instruments, e.g., guitar fingerboards and bridges.
Users can effortlessly add key and time signatures, lyrics, chords, guitar fingerboards, markings and musical instructions.
Inevitably, the crowds ask about the grain of Steinman's lemon-colored, tiger-striped sumac fiddles, or his special use of lilac for his violin fingerboards. They ask about his practice of using all sorts of backyard woods--some technically weeds--to create incredible, intriguing instruments that will be handed down for generations.