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    Fingerstyle Take on "Ave Maria"

    So lovely! Well done!
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    Some things I've made

    Love them. You have a real talent.
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    Memory Care Outing

    Kuddos to you! I play guitar with a violinist at an Assisted Living Facility, and know how much they love the oldies. I love it when they sing along.
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    Greetings from Canada

    Welcome Thom! You are progressing very well, loved the video.
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    Happy Thanksgiving! (Ukulele ugly sweater content warning!)

    That should turn some heads!
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    NUD: Worth The Wait

    Gorgeous, congratulations!
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    Dulcimer anyone?

    Yes, the forum platform does take a little time to get used to, but it is worth it. The admin, mods, members are all great. A ton of info. Check out and join the relevant groups.
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    What do you play when 1st asked

    I got the sheet music (standard music notation) to learn it.
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    What do you play when 1st asked

    I fingerpick Hector the Hero. A beautiful tune, that I love on all my instruments.
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    NUD: The Rebel Double Creme Mango soprano (Gloss finish)

    What a gorgeous uke. Play it in good health and enjoy!
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    New and happy to be here

    Welcome David, sounds like you have a real talent for building ukes.
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    Hello from Indiana

    Welcome! Love your Avatar! Enjoy your time here.
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    Greetings

    Welcome David! Those vintage ukes are so cool.
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    Dulcimer anyone?

    In the dulcimer world, it is DAD (dulcimer acquisition disease)... a play on the common dulcimer tuning, DAD. I have one dulcimer with a pick-up. That's all I need, if I need to plug in. All my other dulcimers are purely acoustic. But that's just me. You have to decide for you. Having the...
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    Dulcimer anyone?

    For those of you who are getting into mountain dulcimer, I strongly suggest joining this dulcimer forum. There is a lot of great information, the people are helpful and pleasant, and you can get all your questions answered. https://fotmd.com/