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    I think there are some flaws in logic here: 1)...

    I think there are some flaws in logic here:

    1) Any seller can charge whatever they like. The market will dictate whether the prices stick and, if they do, then it's not that the ukes aren't worth...
  2. Thread: Video Help

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    The easiest way is to draw it, take a picture,...

    The easiest way is to draw it, take a picture, and insert it into the iMovie timeline by dragging it. I save all the photos I’m going to need for a video to my desktop before I start working on the...
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    I taught myself guitar and did most of the work...

    I taught myself guitar and did most of the work with ukulele and can say that a good curriculum with steady progression in difficulty and knowledge might not be required, but it makes everything feel...
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    I’ve played guitar for over 20 years, but had...

    I’ve played guitar for over 20 years, but had horrible technique that, when combined with my playing habits where I would put in about 4-5 hours of straight practice, did a number on my wrist to the...
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    I definitely don’t recommend guitar if you’re...

    I definitely don’t recommend guitar if you’re having issues with the uke. I had to move from the guitar to uke when playing guitar for more than an hour would kill my playing for days. The necks are...
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    As a seller (I’ve sold mostly guitars on the used...

    As a seller (I’ve sold mostly guitars on the used market) I would get emails saying they found the same guitar on eBay or craigslist for less, to which I respond that it must be a great deal and they...
  7. Just from the description, that sounds like a...

    Just from the description, that sounds like a Hoffee case.
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    The pineapple Sunday I reviewed was maple and...

    The pineapple Sunday I reviewed was maple and spruce (both known for highs) and the first thing I thought was also banjo, which has good and bad points. I like the sudden decay and way it would cut...
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    I’ll definitely back it again. I was sorely...

    I’ll definitely back it again. I was sorely tempted to do the concert reward, but we’re in the process of buying a house and my wife would skin me alive for such fiscal irresponsibility.
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    The normal irig that uses a headphone jack makes...

    The normal irig that uses a headphone jack makes a TON of unwanted noise. The iRig 2 or iRig Hd that uses the lightning port has SIGNIFICANTLY better sound (truly night and day) and can be used with...
  11. Thread: Practicing

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    When I was a kid and able to spend hours...

    When I was a kid and able to spend hours guilt-free riffing away on guitar, I did. I had a lot of fun doing it, too. I wouldn't say I was practicing so much, though - more like I was just playing...
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    Backed! Iím going to give it to my friend who...

    Backed! Iím going to give it to my friend who builds ukes as a gift! Hopefully heíll find it useful!
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    They're my favorite kind of guitars and they're...

    They're my favorite kind of guitars and they're significantly more versatile than a lot of people give them credit for.
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    Depends on the specific guitar. Gretsch has been...

    Depends on the specific guitar. Gretsch has been using center blocks recently and those don't exactly make for light guitars.

    Also, I've never lost picks in f-holes. They're too small and far...
  15. Sure. I only mentioned Hawaiian ukes because...

    Sure. I only mentioned Hawaiian ukes because that’s what most of my experience is in.
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    I like them. The strings are a little tighter and...

    I like them. The strings are a little tighter and my playing is generally faster because of it, but the tone isn’t as deep. I’m especially a fan of KoAloha’s supers.
  17. A slotted headstock will likely bump you out of...

    A slotted headstock will likely bump you out of the Hawaiian market. Cutaways not as much, but they do raise the price.
  18. My goodness! I read WATERMAN.

    My goodness! I read WATERMAN.
  19. I'm thinking Martin. It's got a stronger name...

    I'm thinking Martin. It's got a stronger name with guitarists who are already used to spending crazy amounts on collectible instruments anyway.
  20. I think they're good for a uke that you don't...

    I think they're good for a uke that you don't have to worry about and just strum along on camping trips or the like, but I'd never go to it for the tone. Or the playability.
  21. That's a budget that opens up a lot of...

    That's a budget that opens up a lot of possibilities. I'd watch The Ukulele Site for a while and wait for something to really strike your fancy, maybe in the Hawaiian section of the site.
  22. Thread: Kala Ukes

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    I will say that while I really like Kala's...

    I will say that while I really like Kala's imports, I have yet to play an Elite that impressed me to the same extent as other American makers in that price range.
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    Jazz is what really grabbed me about the ukulele,...

    Jazz is what really grabbed me about the ukulele, too. There’s something awesome about the chords’ tones when played on a small instrument that makes me happy.
  24. Thread: Kala Ukes

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    My first ukulele was a MG-C and I've loaned it...

    My first ukulele was a MG-C and I've loaned it out to four people, all of whom picked up the uke themselves. I also have an ASOV-T (what a great ukulele!) and my son has a KA-S. I think they offer...
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    I found an Islander ASARM-T and it is a FANTASTIC...

    I found an Islander ASARM-T and it is a FANTASTIC ukulele. I think they started around $600 but were discontinued. Last I checked at The Ukulele Site, they had a couple in the warehouse and were...
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