How thick should Plywood be for a quarter pipe?
Take your 3/4″ plywood and lay it on a fairly level surface. Grab another sheet of plywood, your 3/8″ sheet should do, you might have to place some scrap wood under it to bring it up to the level of the 3/4″.
Why are fingerboards so expensive?
The reason why fingerboards are expensive because of the time and knowledge that is put into them. Besides just wood and glue, there is a lot more that goes into the making of a professional fingerboard.
What wood is used for fingerboards?
Rosewood. The most commonly used wood for fingerboards, rosewood’s open pores and natural oils give it a smooth feel and warm tone. Its medium-density makeup is less reflective than harder woods with a tighter grain, giving rosewood a slightly softer attack and allowing your fingers to “dig in” and feel the fingerboard