Samuel Shriqui, another Upper East Side hairdresser, feels that some clients take the sounding-board scenario too far.
The strings run from the cross-bar to the sounding-board, and must have been of a uniform length.
It may be air resonance, or sounding-board resonance, or both combined.
The sounding-board of a pianoforte is too far from the pianist, while the violinist presses his strings as one kisses the beloved.
It is a very pulpit, and that projecting slab is the sounding-board.
The understrings of the so-called Hardanger-fiddle are four metal strings, which lie under the sounding-board.
The rotundity of the sounding-board may warrant this conjecture.
For instance, the piano has an extensive thin board of spruce underneath all the strings, which is called the sounding-board.
That parts of the cavity of the mouth serve as a sounding-board in the formation of sound, has already been mentioned.
It seemed to him to serve as a sounding-board to the fierce noises of the mongrel city.