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    Another vote of confidence for Ukulele Magazine. ...

    Another vote of confidence for Ukulele Magazine. They do a great job covering a wide range of experience levels, the production quality is very good, and they clearly share our love for this...
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    Nice Job!

    [QUOTE=hook;2246908]Hello! I
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    Thanks, I did do this and came up with the same...

    Thanks, I did do this and came up with the same results. What I'm not finding are the types of frames you put a diploma in, though these are very nice for standard photos, etc.
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    Curly Koa Frames?

    About a year ago I finished my last academic degree and really want to have it framed in koa like my Kamaka HF3. Curly koa diploma frames are one of the few things I haven't been able to find with a...
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    Mana

    I was thinking the same thing, AND wondering about the Kanile'a choice to add Hawaiian sand... to this outsider looking in, both choices seem tone deaf to the culture and traditions the ukulele's...
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    This is awesome!! Thank you for taking the time...

    This is awesome!! Thank you for taking the time to pull this together.
  7. I played one of the Mele custom series last year,...

    I played one of the Mele custom series last year, and fell in love. The action, neck width, tone and setup were outstanding. Unlike the rest of the line, the custom series are made 100% in Maui. ...
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    I've been reading this thread with interest, and...

    I've been reading this thread with interest, and no small amount of bemusement at times. If it is of any comfort, your ukuleles may end up having a value and life you dont anticipate. My uncle had...
  9. I think you'll find it a game changer. It's...

    I think you'll find it a game changer. It's surprising how different it sounds.
  10. More like a cool older cousin.

    I love both of my baritone ukuleles, on addition to my tenors. There are always a few folks who think the baritones dont belong, but they are such a great addition to this instrument's portfolio. ...
  11. I bought a new Kamaka HF3 a couple of months ago...

    I bought a new Kamaka HF3 a couple of months ago and have wondered if a large part of the string preferences here aren't an issue of high tension vs low tension strings? I like the Kamaka strings,...
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    Awhile back I was set to buy a Kala solid acacia...

    Awhile back I was set to buy a Kala solid acacia baritone, which were exceedingly hard to find. Mim had one left and I was primed to drop about $400ish, but as she was setting it up she found a...
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    Congrats!! I bought a new HF3 in the last month...

    Congrats!! I bought a new HF3 in the last month (but havent gotten around to doing a NUD post yet!), also with a low G. It was between the Kamaka and a really nice KoAloha, and ultimately came down...
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    I have a low G on my Kamaka tenor right now......

    I have a low G on my Kamaka tenor right now... the clarity of sound is very nice, and no need to file down the nut! Your Oasis strings may be higher or lower tension, depending on the direction you...
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    Great news! Do you have a link for the Ukulele...

    Great news! Do you have a link for the Ukulele Review audio podcasts?
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    Congrats!! I have one of these as well, and my...

    Congrats!! I have one of these as well, and my research puts it somewhere around 1955. These Harmony baritones are seriously underrated by uku-pundits, and were essentially hand made in the USA. I...
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    Clip on tuner, easy peasy. :D

    Clip on tuner, easy peasy. :D
  18. Thanks, Bill!

    Thanks, Bill!
  19. A big MAHALO to all of you who kindly took the...

    A big MAHALO to all of you who kindly took the time to respond to my earlier post. I do wish this site had a "Like" button sometimes. :D I now know that my family will be coming in to Maui in late...
  20. Hawaii Question - Where are the great Ukulele Scenes?

    Aloha! I am fortunate to be planning a family vacation to Hawaii and am trying to choose between Maui, The Big Island (where I got my first ukukele), and Oahu to spend a week. I've enjoyed all the...
  21. I don't know about sopranos, but I have a...

    I don't know about sopranos, but I have a mid-1950's Harmony baritone that has been in my family since it was first sold. For years I looked past it, having read all the dismissive comments from...
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    That is gorgeous!!
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    Totally agree. Never understood how or why...

    Totally agree. Never understood how or why "chunking" was a thing. To my ears, "chucking" just sounds cooler and a lot closer to the sound of what's actually happening.
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    It sounds like it was amiable, and I like the...

    It sounds like it was amiable, and I like the classy way they have rolled out the news. Basically, Azita wants to go to medical school (she is 3 years older and now college age, after all), which...
  25. I don't know anything about the Fluke, but I do...

    I don't know anything about the Fluke, but I do highly recommend the Outdoor Ukulele. Very durable, has a great feel, and while I read gripes about its projection I think it is every bit as loud as...
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