Michael is a guitarist and bassist with over 35 years of experience as a musician. The most common fretboard woods for electric guitars are maple and rosewood. There is a big difference visually, but sound and feel are what matter the most. If you are going to choose one over the other you need to understand the pros and cons of each so you can make the best choice. As a newbie it may not seem to make a difference whether your fingerboard is made from maple, rosewood, or anything else for that matter. But as a veteran player you will certainly come to appreciate what each tonewood can do for your sound.
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The extraordinary strength and deep black colour have made ebony wood often the topic of myths and legends. It has been used to repel evil spirits. Even drink glasses have been made from ebony wood to protect the user from being poisoned.