Noun(1) a guidepost resembling a hand with a pointing index finger(2) a bank of keys on a musical instrument(3) a narrow strip of wood on the neck of some stringed instruments (violin or cello or guitar etc
(1) He fixed her fingers in position, then placed his hand back to his own fingerboard .(2) Medieval examples do have the fingerboard , allowing a wide range of notes to be played, however without this piece, the Rebec becomes a five ‘note’ instrument, possibly being used purely as an accompanying drone.(3) His hands raced frenetically and gracefully up and down the fingerboard , offering now a nimble arpeggio or a powerful scale pattern.(4) The strings had snapped, the fingerboard was half off, the ornate bridge had shattered and the tailpiece had fallen off.(5) She watched his fingers flash across the fingerboard of his black bass guitar.(6) It has a fairly light basswood body, a knife edge whammy which has three springs tightened down and maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard .(7) This huge instrument - played by a system of moveable keys pressing the strings on the fingerboard , activated by levers and pedals - in fact only sounded a mere octave lower than the cello.(8) It has 19 strings, extra fingerboard and its sound has a unique vibrancy combining the techniques of the sitar, the sarod and the veena.(9) Topher picked up his precious instrument and inspected the fingerboard .(10) Joey had his violin on the floor, and he was trying to blow some dust off the fingerboard .(11) He traced the flawless black ivory of the fingerboard , moving up to the tuning pegs, to continued on to curl along with the scroll at the end.(12) My fingerboard gets sticky and I get fed-up and want to sit in the garden.(13) On another occasion I labelled the complete fingerboard showing the notes at each and every fret position.(14) Knees bent and her head bobbing, Liadan's fingers fairly fly across the fingerboard as she bends her pick out of shape.(15) The archlute and the chitarrone or theorbo had, in addition to the strings on the fingerboard , open bass strings on an extended neck with a second pegbox.(16) Pitch is determined by sliding the fingernail against the string rather than pressing it against a fingerboard (like violin).
(1) finger board :: bwrdd bys
1. clavier ::
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