im thinking of using some pau ferro for the fretboard on a guitar.. i like
the looks, i like the fact that its hardless is between rosewood and ebony,
and most importantly, its free!
comments? anyone used this wood for a fretboard?
Never used it for a fretboard, but I think it looks pretty decent in a wood
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It is used on the fretboard of my fretless MusicMan bass, and is very close
to the rosewood fretboard 'sound and feel' of my vintage 61 Fender Jazz.
From my experience, I would not hesitate to use it as fretboard material.
thats what i was wondering. how it played. its a beautiful wood. i would
really like the look of ebony, but its just too harsh sounding on a guitar..
did a little more research and i think thats the way im gonna go.
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