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B Grade Ebony Guitar Fingerboard Blank

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Explore the quality of our B Grade Ebony Guitar Fingerboard Blank, expertly sanded to perfection. This blank is carefully dried, ensuring stability and durability for your guitar crafting projects. The deep, rich color of the ebony, combined with its unique grains and patterns, adds a touch of sophistication to your instrument. Embrace the special qualities of this wood, known for its exceptional workability and the ability to produce an exquisite finish. Elevate your guitar craftsmanship with our B Grade Ebony Fingerboard Blank, where meticulous preparation meets the distinct charm of ebony wood.

We Are Selling Standard/Classical & Electric Sizes, you can choose which size you need.


Wood Name African Ebony, Gaboon Ebony, Nigerian Ebony, Cameroon Ebony
Botanical Name Diospyros Crassiflora
Length  20 inches
Width Available in 2-1//2 to 2-3/4 inches

5/16 inches

Sanded Yes, Sanded
Dried Yes, Dried
Moisture Content 6% - 9%
Shipping Restrictions No
Return 60-Day Free Return

Size Chart:
 Size Length Width Thickness (Sanded)
Classical/Steel String 20" or 53.34 cm 2 3/4" or 6.9 cm 5/16" or 0.79 cm 
Steel String/Electric 20" or 50.4 cm 2 1/2" or 6.3 cm 5/16" or 0.79 cm  


Note: This sale price is for one piece. This Picture Is Only A Sample Piece. You Will Get Almost the Same Piece.

Are these sizes true sizes?

Yes, these sizes are True. The Measurements that you see are what you will be getting. For example, if it says 2" x 2" x 12” then that's the exact size you will be getting. However, If you ask, it will be planned or jointed. Then the answer is no. It will be rough sawn cut sizes.

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