Approximate Fingerboard measures for Acoustic Guitar: (500x75x9 mm)
Fingerboards wood density is one of the most important properties when choosing one wood or another. It’s essential that our guitar fingerboard has a high density because the acoustic properties of this kind of wood improve the volume of the sound.Hardness is also important in order to delay the wear that is usually notorious in this part of the guitar when holding the string tension and the guitarist hits.
Another fundamental property for fingerboards is a straight and uniform grain: these properties will make it stronger to breaking and more and consistent.
Most used woods by luthiers to fingerboard making has always been ebony and indian rosewood. However, new acoustic wood is discovered to become a notorious alternative due to the good design that they offer. Get to know our large variety of woods that are gaining luthiers and instrument maker’s confidence.