Fret
(fret)


[Eng.]


A narrow strip of wood, ivory, or metal set into the neck of some stringed instruments (such as the guitar) which mark the exact points where the string should be "stopped" to produce the notes more brilliantly and in tune.

See also [Eng.] fret; [Fr.] sillet (m); [Ger.] Bund (m); [It.] tasto (m).


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