#1
Look i bought an oil for the fretboard the day before, and the instructions say "don't apply on maple fretboard" and i don't know what is my fretboard, look this my guitar:

http://www.epiphone.com/default.asp?ProductID=22&CollectionID=16

that fretboard is of rosewood right and i can apply the oil right?

excuse my english i'm from spain..,.

THANKS "Jhachey22" I don't know that because i'm new, thanks to everyone.
Last edited by leinadxzx at Feb 25, 2009,
#3
Yes, that is rosewood, you're fine
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#4
small amount, a few times a year. and dont take all the strings off unless you know how to set up a guitar.
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#5

Ebony: Darkest of the common fretboard woods.

Rosewood: lighter colour than Ebony, much darker than Maple

Maple: lightest colour wood on common fretboards.
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