The portion of an instrument's neck that curves downward where the neck joins the body.
the reinforced section of the guitar neck where it joins the body.
Standard "walk beside me with your neck/head roughly even with my leg" command. Also: sit next to me when I stop walking. Currently working on having her move to heel position, sitting, when the command is given after "come". (also off-lead) See also: OK
That chunk of wood under the neck that helps it attach to the body of a guitar.
someone who is morally reprehensible; "you dirty dog"
Basic obedience behavior whereby the dog maintains its position at the side (right or left) of the handler.
the part of the neck that widens to join the body; usually with a concave curvature to accommodate the hand so the guitarist can reach the upper frets.
A command to a dog to keep close beside its handler.
Standard "walk beside me with your neck/head roughly even with my leg" command. Also: sit next to me when I stop walking. I discovered after she had "heel" down pat, I was having her heel on the wrong side. "Heel" is next to the left leg. (also off-lead) See also: OK
Portion of neck where the neck curves or is reduced to join the body.
to walk away from; e.g 'I'm not heeling you to hook you.'