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  1. Thread: Newby

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Welcome to the forums.
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    What works for me is my Outdoor tenor in a gig...

    What works for me is my Outdoor tenor in a gig bag that can also hold clothing in packing cubes.
  3. Thread: iRig Acoustic?

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    I use the IRig Acoustic Stage with our college...

    I use the IRig Acoustic Stage with our college music club when we perform. I like it because I can clip it to my 2" strap and keep it out of the way, but can easily access the settings, especially...
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    I have a #2, which is a full size maple soprano....

    I have a #2, which is a full size maple soprano. I disliked the Worth Browns that came on it, and really like it with Living Waters. I take it to my uke group and noodle with it on the porch. It is a...
  5. Nothing wrong with tenor for a first uke. I am 5'...

    Nothing wrong with tenor for a first uke. I am 5' and can easily play one. I would also throw out the suggestion of getting a baritone. Your sister knows the chords - the top 4 strings are the same -...
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    Welcome back. Sounds like two interesting hobbies.

    Welcome back. Sounds like two interesting hobbies.
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    We use a lot of Cynthia Lin's song arrangements...

    We use a lot of Cynthia Lin's song arrangements in my community group.

    I am faculty advisor to a college group. We let the students pick songs first, and then try to find chord sheets.
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    Welcome UkerDan. Good luck on your uke club.

    Welcome UkerDan. Good luck on your uke club.
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    Welcome to the forums.

    Welcome to the forums.
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    Bruko is a good choice - enjoy it. I have a maple...

    Bruko is a good choice - enjoy it. I have a maple soprano of theirs with Living Waters strings and really like it.
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    Bonanza ukuleles.

    Bonanza ukuleles.
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    Usually two, and those would be two different...

    Usually two, and those would be two different ones such as a baritone and a soprano, or tenor and sopranino. Sometimes one just doesn't sound right for the songs I am playing, so I switch around. The...
  13. I like your blog, and agree with your...

    I like your blog, and agree with your observations on the soprano. I can get a better soprano uke at a similar price point when compared to other sizes.

    I like friction tuners, and your comments...
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    I like Living Waters on my KoAloha Opio soprano....

    I like Living Waters on my KoAloha Opio soprano. Just the right amount of tension for me.
  15. Thread: Niche?

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    How about tonewood niche? I still need mango,...

    How about tonewood niche? I still need mango, acacia, and koa ukes to go along with my spruce/mahogany/sapele/birch/maple/walnut/cherry/etc. ukes
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    I have an OXK, and like the traditional shape. I...

    I have an OXK, and like the traditional shape. I had strap buttons put on it, which makes it very easy to hold and play - one nitpick about the OXK for some is that it can be perceived as top heavy....
  17. Thread: Bonjour !

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Welcome to the forums.
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    Might look at vintage. I picked up two recently...

    Might look at vintage. I picked up two recently on eBay. A 1950's solid mahogany Vega for $50 and shipping. A 1960's Tempo laminate for $30 & shipping.
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    At work it is a 60's Tempo baritone by my office...

    At work it is a 60's Tempo baritone by my office chair. In the car it is the brown Outdoor Ukulele tenor that I keep in the backseat accessible to the driver's seat. By the bed it is a 30's Globe...
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    Poll: For me, collecting is about saving something that...

    For me, collecting is about saving something that won't ever be available again.

    My two baritones are vintage - a Vega and a Tempo.

    The Vega is wonderful and is a joy to play. All mahogany...
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    I have shoulder issues. I love my baritone, but...

    I have shoulder issues. I love my baritone, but can play my soprano with less pain.
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    I have the composite polycarbonate model brown...

    I have the composite polycarbonate model brown tenor. No issues and it has been in extremes of temperature in my car for three years. Perhaps it is a carbon versus composite issue, but I would not...
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    I took my Martin S-O and Bruko #2 in to my local...

    I took my Martin S-O and Bruko #2 in to my local music shop for restringing when I had an arthritis flare-up in my right hand. The tech strung both the Martin way. The Bruko sounded just fine. But,...
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    I use the Fusion gig bag with mine117849

    I use the Fusion gig bag with mine117849
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    Good for you! Have a lot of fun with it. ...

    Good for you! Have a lot of fun with it.

    Taking mine camping this weekend to the mountains of West Virginia.
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