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  1. #11
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    I've been thinking about the non-slip idea for a while, just have been lazy! Not sure if I want to tape it to the back on my good ones, will try the laminates first. Is this something that will go away in time, or will i always need to use this?

    For me, I can hold my soprano easily. But concert and tenor slip when I am standing. when i play I sit and have the body rest on my leg. have to find a good seat height for this. I do find that I tip the neck up slightly when doing this.

    Thanks for the thread, it will remind me the next time at grocery store to get some of this and try it out!
    It's not what you've got. It's how you play it

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    I think ukes should come with a rubbery patch on the back!
    You don't stop playing when you get old. You get old when you stop playing

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    I've discovered a solution that works for me: Play Naked. But you need to avoid using sunscreen, and choose your venue carefully.

  4. #14
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    Professionals in my league (LOL), like Jake Shimabukuro, use a strap most of the time when on stage.
    Trent

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