Guitar Fretboards Explained – Tech Tips #6

by | November 21, 2019

Today, Gareth and Joe go in-depth on the sometimes confusing topic of guitar fretboards and the woods they’re made from. Aiming to shed some light on this subject, they explain the different types of wood commonly used for guitar fretboards. From maple to mahogany and the hybrid-like ebony, they discuss how each one affects tone and feel.

Are you uncertain about which type of wood your own guitar fretboards have? Or do you want to know more to make a well-informed choice on your next purchase? Then this video is for you as Gareth and Joe cover everything you need to know. They even go into detail on fretboard markers and inlays, and how they can be customised to see them better on stage. Maybe give this one a couple of watches, as there is a lot of detail you don’t want to miss!

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