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  1. #11
    Join Date
    May 2016
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    Honolulu, HI
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    Congratulations on the new uke! It's the greatest instrument in the world.

  2. #12
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    Nov 2017
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    Welcome to the forums!!

  3. #13
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    Jul 2010
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    PA
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    Welcome to UU. What uke did you get?

  4. #14
    Join Date
    Oct 2017
    Location
    Morgantown, WV
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    Welcome to UU.
    Tenor:
    Mya Moe Classic Koa #2052

    Concert:
    Hoffmann ML Style Cedar/Ebony, LoPrinzi Nova MS-C Mahogany/Spruce, , Knaile'a KPA C Premium Koa, Kiwaya KMC-K Koa, Pono RC-C-PC Cedar/Rosewood, Kala Waterman KA CWB Green

    Long Neck Soprano:
    KoAloha KSM-02 Koa

    Soprano:
    Lanikai LU-21 Laminate Mahogany (My Very First Uke!), Kamaka Pineapple 100th Anniversary Koa, Maui Music SK-41 "Pre-Fire" Koa, Romero Creations XS Soprano Spalted Mango, Ohana SK 50G Cedar/Rosewood, Zimnicki Soprano Koa

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    Keep your fret hand fingernails clipped. Hope you have as much fun as I am.

  6. #16
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    Jan 2018
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    I got the Kala KAA-15C. It had some good reviews on Amazon so I bought it. I didn't want to go all out until I was sure it would be something I like. Well, I like. I'm taking the courses online at the Center Stage Ukulele Academy. It was a Groupon deal for $12 for a year. Figure I can use all the help I can get. So far I like the tutorials but I feel a little unsure at times and they can't tell me if I'm doing it right or if I need to adjust my technique. I've practiced all but one day since it arrived last Saturday. I'm having a difficult time with the G chord and my fingertips are tender. LOL I will push on and try to become halfway competent. I'm fairly certain I will need a live instructor sooner than later. I really like that the uke is so easily portable and not very cumbersome (except when I attempt the G chord).

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