darken jatoba fretboard
Jatoba fretboard dark with sun Aug 22, 2020 16:32:09 GMT via mobile . He 100% didn't think it was going to be a good idea to do anything with finishes to try and darken it faster. The best practise for fretboard conditioning is to condition the fretboard using oil once maybe twice a year. My Jatoba fretboard has darkened nicely and is now darker than my rosewood fretboards. Quote. Give Gift; Back to Top; Post by calebz on Aug 17, 2020 5:09:41 GMT. Joined: Apr 16, 2015 Location: France . Or Anyone else use indian ink? So yeah, new Jatoba looks like ****, aged though it looks awesome. Anyone recommend something to make the jatoba fretboard look dark, some oil? Pau Ferro WILL NOT absorb oil. calebz Harley Benton Club Member. it won’t absorb dirt and oils on your hands either and “naturally darken” like rosewood does “by playing the snot out of it.” It can get dirty, yes, just like a sealed maple fretboard can get dirty. I just ordered an Ibanez SR405 with the Jatoba fretboard. Give Gift; Back to Top; Post by blindwilly3fingers on Aug 22, 2020 16:32:09 GMT. Just wait, Jatoba darkens A LOT when exposed to sunlight. Quote. Select Post; Deselect Post; Link to Post; Member. Aug 22, 2020 16:26:25 GMT hallon said: Aug 21, 2020 19:09:39 GMT blindwilly3fingers said: With regard to the pau ferro fretboards I mentioned. Rosewood and ebony are hard-wearing woods, so great for use with fretboards, but very … Hi fellow sevenstringers ! Dye a Jatoba fretboard ? It won’t hurt of course if you do condition your fretboard every string change it just won’t really do anything, however if … Discussion in 'Luthiery, Modifications & Customizations' started by TheUnknownOne, May 15, 2018. I saw a really nice deal on a LTD MH Razorblack nearby. 100 posts Jatoba fretboard dark with sun Aug 17, 2020 5:09:41 GMT via mobile hallon likes this. This thread is 95% people who have used oil to darken a rosewood fretboard recommending something that DOES NOT WORK on Pau Ferro. Aug 17, 2020 … Seems like a good workhorse for the money but the clear jatoba … But it’s surface grime and … By all means clean the fretboard every time you change the strings but conditioning is unnecessary. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > TheUnknownOne SS.org Regular. Select Post; Deselect Post; Link to Post; Member. Luthier buddy said it should be ok to treat with a light oil, but he DID recommend leaving it where it gets bright indirect light to achieve that darker colour. Some were actually multi coloured so the … Compared to rosewood it will be less brown but more of a reddish, almost blood-like tone though. Conversely, rosewood and ebony fretboards are usually fixed on to another piece of wood that makes up the neck. LOL. One key difference between maple fretboards and those made from darker woods like rosewood or ebony is that usually, a single piece of maple is used for the neck and the fretboard. Messages: 214 Likes Received: 162. You shouldn’t need to be conditioning any more frequently than that.