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  1. Thread: Today's Chuckle

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    Have you heard about the paper cowboys? They...

    Have you heard about the paper cowboys?
    They were caught and hung fo rustling.
  2. The tuners have a small screw on the end. This...

    The tuners have a small screw on the end. This screw adjusts the tension on the tuner. Carefully tighten the screw until it holds the tuner from slipping out of tune.On my Risa I have adjusted the...
  3. Thread: Banjo Alert

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    The definition of Perfect Pitch That’s when...

    The definition of Perfect Pitch

    That’s when you throw the Accordion in the dumpster and it crushes the Banjo
  4. Thread: Thickness planer

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    My local tool store has this rather expensive...

    My local tool store has this rather expensive cutter head upgrade for the DeWalt DW735.
    I have a spiral cutter head on my bench top Jointer Planer and this would make the DeWalt
    the Cadillac of...
  5. Thread: Just bought this

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    I guess it’s like Jointer Plane. What do you...

    I guess it’s like Jointer Plane.
    What do you call this Planer?

    https://www.woodworkingtalk.com/attachments/f12/55280d1353171664-good-buy-125-delta-12-planer-delta-planer.jpg
  6. Thread: nut slot files

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    I like this set from Hosco. The sizes are 22/28,...

    I like this set from Hosco. The sizes are 22/28, 26/36, 24/32

    https://guitartools-int.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/TL-NF3U.jpg
  7. Thread: Today's Chuckle

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    I was at the hospital and before I left the...

    I was at the hospital and before I left the doctor asked me to sign some papers. When I sat down the doctor gave me the forms and a thermometer. I said “ Doctor you gave me a thermometer.” He looked...
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    My understanding of using a 15 degree angle on a...

    My understanding of using a 15 degree angle on a guitar headstock is that it is the lowest angle that still allows you to work on the neck with a file without removing the tuning machines.
  9. Thread: Today's Chuckle

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    A Panda Bear walks into a bar The barman says,...

    A Panda Bear walks into a bar
    The barman says, “what can I get you?”
    The Panda says, “Hmmmmmmmmmmm“
    “ Ummmmmmmmmm
    “Sigh”
    ...
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    I have a 1950’s Regal. It has a 22 3/4 scale...

    I have a 1950’s Regal. It has a 22 3/4 scale length. Using the Ry Cooder pages I strung it up for a kind of light action
    E=013
    B = 016
    G = 022 (wound)
    d = 013
    No issues with nut or intonation...
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    I’m having a lot of fun with my tenor guitar...

    I’m having a lot of fun with my tenor guitar strung up in a baritone ukulele tuning.
    I have it tuned dGBE re-entrant. It’s a bit of a stretch for some of the chords but
    the high D string gives a...
  12. Thread: Baritone plans

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    I have sent you a PM

    I have sent you a PM
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    . I think a straight beam might put the relief...

    . I think a straight beam might put the relief higher up the fret board which would be less useful.
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    I always thought that the tapered neck introduced...

    I always thought that the tapered neck introduced the proper amount of relief to eliminate string buzz.
  15. I think they may be Grover tuners. Paul

    I think they may be Grover tuners.

    Paul
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