Slotted Fingerboard for Fender Guitar

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25.5" scale • 12" radius • 24 slots + nut slot
Each fingerboard is radiused and extended to include a 1/8" flat-bottomed nut slot, Fender style.

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Slotted Fingerboard for Fender Guitar Ebony

Ebony

Item # 1062
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$47.62

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Slotted Fingerboard for Fender Guitar Maple

Maple

Item # 1062-M
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$14.30

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Slotted Fingerboard for Fender Guitar Rosewood

Rosewood

Item # 1062-R
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$21.65

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Details

25.5" scale • 12" radius • 24 slots + nut slot
Each fingerboard is radiused and extended to include a 1/8" flat-bottomed nut slot, Fender style.

Tip: Saw the fingerboard shorter at the 2nd fret (at the nut end) to install it on a Gibson 22-3/4" short scale guitar.

Our kiln-dried fingerboards have flat undersides, are unfretted (no inlays), and ready for trimming to fit a variety of neck widths.

Approximate dimensions: 2-3/8" x 20-3/8" x 15/64" (60.32mm x 517.53mm x 5.95mm)
Radius: 12" (304.80mm)
Fret slots: 24 slots, 0.023" wide (0.58mm). Ready to accept our fretwire.
Nut slot: 1/8" wide (3.18mm)

A note about ebony:
Ebony is usually not uniformly black. We offer Black Fingerboard Stain, as used by Gibson, Paul Reed Smith and other makers, for darkening the streaks on ebony fingerboards, bridges and peghead overlays when desired.


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5.0

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I have gotten pre-slotted ebony, maple, and rosewood fretboards from StewMac. All were nice pieces of wood, the ebony quite dark and consistent. One ebony board snapped in shipping, and a replacement shipped the same day. Obviously, I would buy from them again. The bit of extra money spent for the slotting and radiusing easily counters the $$ and time that a hobbyist like me would spend on appropriate blades and jigs (esp with ebony).

5.0

excellent product

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all products I received are excellent.

5.0

Great boards

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I've bought a few of these, they always have awesome and unique good looking grain, and are precision made. I would recommend buying these instead of making your own.

4.0

Quel gain de temps !

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TrFs bon produit!
Insistez bien lors de la commande sur le visuel attendu de la touche. Le bois etant un produit naturel on peut parfois se retrouver avec une touche comportant des spots disgracieux.

5.0

Ebony fretboard 25.5

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Great board. Nice, dark ebony. Good grain, probably no need for staining.

2.0

25.5' Maple slotted fret board

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I purchased a stew-mac 25.5" fret scale with the intention of cutting my own board. After several tries, I found it very difficult to cut the slots dead on. I ordered a stew-mac 25.5" maple slotted fret board. When I compared it with fret scale the slots were slightly off. Stew-mac promptly replaced it with another board. The new board was exactly the same as the first, so you might want to check your board before you glue it down. Of course it could be the scale that is off. I'm still puzzled.

5.0

Well spent investment

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Considering what it takes to make your own fingerboards, these are simply the cheapest way to go at it. I found the rosewood ones to be selected from attractive stocks and plenty thick for sanding. I have occasionally come across boards which didn't have the right radius, perhaps something got mixed-up... Overall, the quality of these fingerboards is top.

5.0

SCALE GOOD

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BOUGHT IN MAPLE SCALE ... PERFECTLY for me to serve ... Thank the staff of STEWMAC .. I WILL ONLY BUY THEM NOW!
OTANIEL - BRAZIL

5.0

good value

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just recieved an ebony fretboard today. the ebony board was excellent for my first build, shame the unslotted boards are more expensive. the wood was perfectly radiused and mostly black

5.0

Great Quality

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I ordered the rosewood fingerboard and couldn't be happier with what I got. The softer wood sands down quickly so just don't rush through cutting and finishing it, or it might turn out too skinny.

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