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Indian Ebony fingerboard 1/4" thick, 2nd grade, mando/uke

$9.37

Indian Ebony is less plentiful than West African Ebony and so you are less likely to find it in the marketplace, though it is commonly used for violin and other bowed instrument fittings. The wood is about 8% lower in weight than African Ebony, but has equal (excellent) compression strength and is similarly stable. We are assured of responsible harvest practices with third-party oversight.

Would you like us to slot and/or thickness sand your fingerboard? Choose fingerboard customizations below.

We are unable to radius ¼” thick fingerboards.

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READ!!! You must enter a scale length here or we will not be able to process your order!

Enter a scale length between 8" and 40". Use the fingerboard calculator in our Help Center to be sure your choices will fit on the board you chose.

If you choose to have your fingerboard slotted, you must make a selection in the remaining fingerboard customizations as well. If you do not make choices, we will choose the following for you: Slot Depth - .095", Nut Slot Position - Standard Nut Slot Position, Nut Slot Offset - 1/8" behind the nut. 

To convert mm to inches, divide the mm by a factor of 25.4. Ex: 660mm divided by 25.4 equals  25.98" inches. 

Enter the number of fret slots desired (not including the nut slot). Use the fingerboard calculator attached (above) to make sure you have chosen a long enough board for the scale and number of frets that you have chosen.

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  • 10 fret slots (ref: SVNF10)

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    10 fret slots (ref: SVNF10)

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  • 11 fret slots (ref: SVNF11)

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    11 fret slots (ref: SVNF11)

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  • 12 fret slots (ref: SVNF12)

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    12 fret slots (ref: SVNF12)

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  • 13 fret slots (ref: SVNF13)

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    13 fret slots (ref: SVNF13)

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  • 14 fret slots (ref: SVNF14)

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    14 fret slots (ref: SVNF14)

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  • 15 fret slots (ref: SVNF15)

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    15 fret slots (ref: SVNF15)

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  • 16 fret slots (ref: SVNF16)

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    16 fret slots (ref: SVNF16)

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  • 17 fret slots (ref: SVNF17)

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    17 fret slots (ref: SVNF17)

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  • 18 fret slots (ref: SVNF18)

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    18 fret slots (ref: SVNF18)

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  • 19 fret slots (ref: SVNF19)

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    19 fret slots (ref: SVNF19)

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  • 20 fret slots (ref: SVNF20)

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    20 fret slots (ref: SVNF20)

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  • 21 fret slots (ref: SVNF21)

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    21 fret slots (ref: SVNF21)

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  • 22 fret slots (ref: SVNF22)

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    22 fret slots (ref: SVNF22)

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  • 23 fret slots (ref: SVNF23)

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    23 fret slots (ref: SVNF23)

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  • 24 fret slots (ref: SVNF24)

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    24 fret slots (ref: SVNF24)

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  • 25 fret slots (ref: SVNF25)

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    25 fret slots (ref: SVNF25)

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  • 26 fret slots (ref: SVNF26)

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    26 fret slots (ref: SVNF26)

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  • 27 fret slots (ref: SVNF27)

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    27 fret slots (ref: SVNF27)

    $0.00
  • 28 fret slots (ref: SVNF28)

    $0.00
    28 fret slots (ref: SVNF28)

    $0.00
  • 29 fret slots (ref: SVNF29)

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    29 fret slots (ref: SVNF29)

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  • 30 fret slots (ref: SVNF30)

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    30 fret slots (ref: SVNF30)

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  • 31 fret slots (ref: SVNF31)

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    31 fret slots (ref: SVNF31)

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  • 32 fret slots (ref: SVNF32)

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    32 fret slots (ref: SVNF32)

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  • 33 fret slots (ref: SVNF33)

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    33 fret slots (ref: SVNF33)

    $0.00
  • 34 fret slots (ref: SVNF34)

    $0.00
    34 fret slots (ref: SVNF34)

    $0.00
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Choose a radius for your fingerboard. Classical fingerboards are typically not radiused.

Some fingerboards cannot be radiused. In this case, no options will appear. Radiused boards measure 1/4" at center. 

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  • No (0) radius (ref: SVR0)

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    No (0) radius (ref: SVR0)

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If you chose to have your fingerboard radiused or don't plan to radius it, choose the shallow slot. If you plan on radiusing your fretboard later, choose the deep slot. 

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  • .095" fret slot depth (ref: SVFSS)

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    .095" fret slot depth (ref: SVFSS)

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  • .145" fret slot depth (ref: SVFSD)

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    .145" fret slot depth (ref: SVFSD)

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Choose the nut slot offset. There will be this much wood left behind the nut position. 1/4" is pretty typical. Those building a Fender style guitar will want to choose an inch, so there is wood to taper into the headstock.

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  • .125" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.125)

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    .125" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.125)

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  • .250" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.25)

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    .250" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.25)

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  • .375" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.375)

    $0.00
    .375" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.375)

    $0.00
  • .5" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.5)

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    .5" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.5)

    $0.00
  • .75" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.75)

    $0.00
    .75" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO.75)

    $0.00
  • 1.0" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO1)

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    1.0" space behind the nut (ref: SVFSNO1)

    $0.00
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The Standard nut slot moves the kerf back half the width of the slot. Our slots are .024”, so we move it back .012”. This puts the string’s break away point (the edge of the nut) at “true zero”. The Zero Fret option places the nut slot so that it is centered at the zero point of the scale. This works for those who install a zero fret – a fret at the nut position

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  • Standard nut slot position (ref: SVFSN)

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    Standard nut slot position (ref: SVFSN)

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  • Zero nut slot position (ref: SVFZN)

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    Zero nut slot position (ref: SVFZN)

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Enter a thickness. Expect 5% +/- tolerance. We cannot thickness sand radiused fingerboards. Non-radiused boards measure 5/16". Choose this service if you want us to sand your non-radiused board thinner than 5/16". The minimum we can sand to is .187" or 3/16".

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  • Sand unradiused fingerboard to .187" thick (ref: SVFT187)

    $7.00
    Sand unradiused fingerboard to .187" thick (ref: SVFT187)

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Product Description

Use our Fret Scale and Fingerboard Length Calculator to see if the fingerboard you're ordering is long enough.

Indian Ebony is notorious for its mineral spots and our fingerboards are no exception. These spots are easy to camouflage. We recommend using one of the following products to darken your fingerboards:

  • FFOA - Fingerboard Oil
  • FLWRO - O'Brien Lutherie Wax
  • FFO - Nomad F-One Oil
  • FAW Dr. Duck's Ax Wax
  • FD - Fingerboard DYE

Details

Wood Species
Ebony - Indian
Shipping Restrictions - Location
No Restrictions
Grade
2nd Grade
Size
Mandolin/Ukulele
Length
12" or 30.4cm
Width
2" or 5cm
Thickness
1/4" or 6.3mm

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Indian Ebony fingerboard 1/4" thick, 2nd grade, mando/uke

Indian Ebony is less plentiful than West African Ebony and so you are less likely to find it in the marketplace, though it is commonly used for violin and other bowed instrument fittings. The wood is about 8% lower in weight than African Ebony, but has equal (excellent) compression strength and is similarly stable. We are assured of responsible harvest practices with third-party oversight.

Would you like us to slot and/or thickness sand your fingerboard? Choose fingerboard customizations below.

We are unable to radius ¼” thick fingerboards.

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