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  1. Hi there,

    many many thanks for your kind help, I will surely try. Many thanks again.
  2. I used a long thin chisel,almost flat against the soundboard and went in
    through the sound hole (string off first of course!) The brace immediately
    above the soundhole (nearest the neck) I removed totally.The brace just
    below the soundhole,I reduced to about a quarter of its original thickness.
    This is fiddly work but quite simple.Put a dustcloth or something on top of
    your uke before you begin,to avoid marking it with the chisel.I just tapped
    the top of the chisel once it was in place,with the flat of my other hand.
    This was on a Mahalo Tenor model,so I had a bit more room to work than
    on a soprano! Have a shot if you want to! Just PREPARE everything before
    you start and TAKE YOUR TIME!!! There is never any unrgency about making
    your instrument the BEST it can be! Hope this is of some help?
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