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    Quote Originally Posted by RickOlson View Post
    I was a tad concerned about friction tuners when I got my Koaloha concert, too. But, they're great once I got used to them and adjusted the screw just a tad so they aren't too loose or tight. Probably, changing strings provided me with a quick learning opportunity.

    Thanks for sharing the decision and pics. It looks great. I wish you a long and happy life together.
    I've learned in the few days I've had this ukulele that it's all about finesse and restraint. A tiny nudge is all it takes. It seems to stay in tune really well and not need much adjusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RafterGirl View Post
    I've learned in the few days I've had this ukulele that it's all about finesse and restraint. A tiny nudge is all it takes. It seems to stay in tune really well and not need much adjusting.
    Good quality friction tuners are great. As you say a little nudge (I always think squeeze instead of turn) goes along way. I have a uke with friction tuners that stays in tune FOREVER!!!!
    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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