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  1. Jim Yates

    "Walking Bass" ideas for "Blue moon"

    Beautiful . . . with only 4 strings. George Van Eps needed seven.
  2. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Yard sale no-name tenor guitar with baritone uke strings and tuning.
  3. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    S.S. Stewart tenor banjo strung with re-entrant baritone strings
  4. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Slingerland May Bell banjolele. a gift from a friend.
  5. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Regal (made in Chicago) tiple
  6. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Maggie's OS concert, a gft from a cousin who wasn't using it.
  7. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Leho concert (Sorry 'bout the focus.)
  8. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    A Filipino uke given to me by my son & daughter-in-law.
  9. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    A Cordoba concert now for sale.
  10. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Banjoette banjolele with Dave Fox neck. I asked Dave to save the Gumby headstock. The original neck was twised beyond repair.
  11. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Johnson reso uke
  12. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Filipino uke My son, Darcy and his mother-in-law, Bini in amusic store in the Philippines. Darcy and Loni bought me the uke that Biini is playing.
  13. Jim Yates

    Today's Chuckle

  14. Jim Yates

    The Headstock Thread!

    Joe Zier tenor
  15. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Yes it is. Roy Smeck, not Johnny Marvin. My mistake. This is the one my grandson is allowed to use without asking. Mickey playing the reso-uke
  16. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Harmony Roy Smeck soprano??
  17. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Reso-concert
  18. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Oscar Schmidt koa concert
  19. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Leho ebony concert with rope binding
  20. Jim Yates

    The Sound Hole Thread

    Cordoba tenor