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fret·board

 (frĕt′bôrd′)
n.
A fingerboard that is fitted with frets.

fretboard

(ˈfrɛtbɔːd)
n
(Instruments) a fingerboard with frets on a stringed musical instrument
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Yet, considering his penchant for poetic language, perhaps it's no surprise that the young Chuck is prone to soothing his battered fists round the back of a fretboard.
After two hours, I was still mesmerised watching his fingers fly around the fretboard.
To men of a certain age he's the greatest guitarist who ever picked a six-string but you won't catch Johnny Marr on one knee, licking his fretboard like so many of the other so-called greats.
The album has, aside from the trademark Thompson fretboard fireworks, contributions from English guitarist Jim Elkington, backing vocals from Siobhan Kennedy and Sima Cunningham plus guitars/mellotron and more from Tweedy.
Additional appointments include a maple top with a single F-Hole and flame maple veneer, chambered mahogany back, mahogany neck, rosewood fretboard, and dual humbuckers with a volume, tone, and 3-way toggle electronics configuration.
From electricity to electronics to technology to woodworking, to the mathematics of fret spacings on the fretboard and the science behind the electromagnetic pickups, STEM is really incorporated in this project.
Designed in collaboration with the Grammy-nominated artist and brand ambassador, the Ed Sheeran X Signature Edition features his signature "x" (Multiply) sign on the headstock and down the fretboard.
Taylor's long-serving right hand man Jim Root, meanwhile, is a master of the fretboard who, for long periods of a predictable yet potent set, played within himself.
Later a hugely extended version of Rocket Queen gave Slash a chance to show off his fretboard skills with a 15-minute solo section.
At 6, inspired by the "deconstructionist rock & roll of Kurt Cobain," she picked up the guitar, taught herself a single chord ("I could only play E minor"), then tried to "prepare" the instrument by sticking pencils in the fretboard.
In his signature song "Country Boy,'' Albert Lee's hands fly across the guitar's fretboard with alarming speed, bringing a whirlwind to the English musician's rendition of American country music.
The maple neck and rosewood fretboard enable fast rhythm and lead playing, while the sealed tuner gears and adjustable bridge keep your guitar in tune longer.