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    The Beansprouts always impressed me with the...

    The Beansprouts always impressed me with the great workmanship and sound. People looking for banjo ukes should also consider many of the vintage instruments out there.
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    That is certainly reason for concern.

    That is certainly reason for concern.
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    Earlier you mentioned Kiwaya. Those that I have...

    Earlier you mentioned Kiwaya. Those that I have played were very light.

    For the budget you mention, you could easily get a lovely luthier made instrument that is custom to your liking.
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    The couple of times I played that style (koa,...

    The couple of times I played that style (koa, wood fingerboard), I found them to be a nice step up from the standard garden variety flea.
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    How is the tone?

    How is the tone?
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    Lovely instrument!

    Lovely instrument!
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    I thought perhaps it was for your goldfish!

    I thought perhaps it was for your goldfish!
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    I have been very pleased with the playability of...

    I have been very pleased with the playability of the Kala 15S. They are pretty easy to get in local stores as well as set up by any of the online retailers.
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    How is the volume of the XS? I have heard some...

    How is the volume of the XS? I have heard some say it is a little softer than a typical soprano.
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    A great instrument, made by a master luthier at a...

    A great instrument, made by a master luthier at a great price. What's not to like?
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    This one looks like a relative of yours ...

    This one looks like a relative of yours

    https://reverb.com/item/7284257-no-name-vintage-camp-uke-from-the-20-s-30-s
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    Because as we all know it is the equipment that...

    Because as we all know it is the equipment that makes a player great. :rolleyes:
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    Recently I have been fascinated reading about the...

    Recently I have been fascinated reading about the Camp Ukes. There was reference in this old thread to the Uke Jr. This is the first one I have seen:
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    New Martins that I have seen (sopranos at least)...

    New Martins that I have seen (sopranos at least) seem to be strung in this straight line method. Not sure of any advantages or disadvantages
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    It seems that they have a couple of different...

    It seems that they have a couple of different models for different strings and sizes.

    http://www.philadelphialuthiertools.com/search.php?search_query=compensated+nut
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    Very sad to hear this news. I heard great things...

    Very sad to hear this news. I heard great things about his work. Unfortunately, I never had the pleasure of playing his instruments. I had some communication with him shortly before he became ill and...
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    You could use Worth Strings. They come in double...

    You could use Worth Strings. They come in double length so even soprano strings would have more than enough length. Southcoast strings all come in 30 inch length so will fit any instrument. They also...
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    If you are doing Ebdim7 (2323), I would finger...

    If you are doing Ebdim7 (2323), I would finger the em7 with the ring finger and pinky and then slide the two fingers up one fret and drop the first and second finger into place.
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    Good to hear. Otherwise, I can imagine an...

    Good to hear. Otherwise, I can imagine an upcoming thread here with a question or poll "What is your bathroom uke?"
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    Did you have to build an extra room to hold all...

    Did you have to build an extra room to hold all of them, or do you disperse them equally around the house?
  21. Southcoast has quite a wide range of string...

    Southcoast has quite a wide range of string choices. They can likely help most folks find the right mix.
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    Please share your thoughts after you go. I would...

    Please share your thoughts after you go. I would have loved to go, but it is a little too far for me to run up and back.
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    Yeah, whatever tool works. Recently Ken Timms had...

    Yeah, whatever tool works. Recently Ken Timms had a dog gnaw one for him!

    Lovely instrument you have here. The walnut is very attractive!
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    Looking for to a review from those who attend!

    Looking for to a review from those who attend!
  25. I have seen old music with chord symbols in D. I...

    I have seen old music with chord symbols in D. I understand that many of the old instruments were played in that key. I have heard some say that when they retuned their vintage instrument to that...
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