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    Default Which is your house favorite spot to play your Ukes??? This is my favorite spot!!!

    Last edited by jfalconc; 05-07-2017 at 11:59 AM.
    "Sometimes I can't think of a better day to end my day than coming home and just strumming my Ukulele for a few minutes."

    Jake Shimabukuro


    Imua IS Soprano: GCEA
    Kamaka Gold Label: GCEA
    Cocobolo Ukulele Tenor #123: GCEA
    Kala Ka-Asac-T8: GCEA
    Ohana Concert CK-250G: GCEA
    Ohana SK-38 Vintage Martin: GCEA
    Ohana SK-28 Vintage Nunes Style: GCEA
    Ohana SK-21A: ADF#B
    Ohana SK-08 Sopranissimo: ADF#B
    Oscar Schmidt Spalted Mango Soprano OU-17: GCEA
    Oscar Schmidt laminated Koa Concert OU-5E: GCEA
    Kahua KA-21 Soprano Laminated Mahogany: ADF#B
    Outdoor Ukulele (Brown Bottle) Soprano: ADF#B

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    Nice ukes and views!

    Personally, frankly, in bed. With the living room sofa as close second.
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    Sole uke: Soprano Flight NUS310, nut end and fret ends a little set up (I sanded) for comfort
    Chromatic tuner Korg CA-40, surprised I needed one

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    Casually, on my livingroom couch while watching TV. When practicing, at my desk in front of my computer where I create all my music sheets and audio tracks that go onto my tablet for rehearsal with The CC Strummers.
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    Nice set up, however I would be very nervous with my ukuleles so close to water.
    DEPENDENTS:

    In order of age:

    Kamaka HF-4 Baritone C Linear Tuning 6/2009
    Martin C-1K Concert, Bb Re-entrant Tuning 4/2014
    KoAloha KTM-00 Tenor C Linear Tuning 7/2014
    Kala KA-SRMT-TRI Tenor C Linear Tuning 6/1/2015
    Pono MTD-CR Tenor C Re-entrant Tuning 6/21/2016
    Koaloha KCM-00 Concert Bb Linear Tuning 4/20/2017

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    Clicking on a image leads to porn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteyHoudini View Post
    Clicking on a image leads to porn.
    Yes, so it does. Might be time to find another image host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeteyHoudini View Post
    Clicking on a image leads to porn.
    I want to excuse myself for this, never happened before. I submitted the photos again and now it doesn't lead to that website!!! Still not understand why.
    "Sometimes I can't think of a better day to end my day than coming home and just strumming my Ukulele for a few minutes."

    Jake Shimabukuro


    Imua IS Soprano: GCEA
    Kamaka Gold Label: GCEA
    Cocobolo Ukulele Tenor #123: GCEA
    Kala Ka-Asac-T8: GCEA
    Ohana Concert CK-250G: GCEA
    Ohana SK-38 Vintage Martin: GCEA
    Ohana SK-28 Vintage Nunes Style: GCEA
    Ohana SK-21A: ADF#B
    Ohana SK-08 Sopranissimo: ADF#B
    Oscar Schmidt Spalted Mango Soprano OU-17: GCEA
    Oscar Schmidt laminated Koa Concert OU-5E: GCEA
    Kahua KA-21 Soprano Laminated Mahogany: ADF#B
    Outdoor Ukulele (Brown Bottle) Soprano: ADF#B

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    An Outdoor could stay right in there!
    Ask NOT what your country can do for Uke...ask what Uke can do for your country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfalconc View Post
    I want to excuse myself for this, never happened before. I submitted the photos again and now it doesn't lead to that website!!! Still not understand why.
    That's ok. I kinda figured that. I'm a pretty savvy computer user since 1990 so even I have been misled by links a few times. I cleaned my IE cache after that just in case.

    BTW - are you rich? ;-) You have a very, very nice swimming pool. I can imagine that the waterfall might make noise to drown out the ukes a bit. Still, you have a beautiful place and very nice ukes. My fav. place to play uke is at my friend's house on her back steps to her wonderful garden. Been rainy here in Canada the last week but a week ago, I was playing for hours on her back steps to the birds.

    PeteyHoudini
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    Sitting on the porch facing the river.
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    - Laura

    Sopranino - Vintage 1930's Camp Uke (Birch)
    Soprano - Koaloha Opio (Sapele), Martin OXK (HPL), Brueko No. 2 (Maple), Kala ASOV -S (Spruce/Ovangkol), Vintage 40's Silvertone (Mahogany), Vintage 50's Harmony (Birch), Zither Heaven (1 Black Walnut & 1 Cherry), First Act Discovery (Plastic)
    Concert - Luna (Spruce top)
    Tenor - Outdoor Ukulele (Composite Polycarbonate), Mainland (Mahogany)

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