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.
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We are unable to radius ¼” thick fingerboards.
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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:
- Wood Species
- Ebony - Indian
- Shipping Restrictions - Location
- No Restrictions
- 2nd Grade
- 12" or 30.4cm
- 2" or 5cm
- 1/4" or 6.3mm