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    I too am grateful and thankful to the mods for...

    I too am grateful and thankful to the mods for all their hard work in starting and growing Ukulele Underground and, especially, the forums. And it's probably true that UU has outgrown it's carcass. ...
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    For what it's worth, it's virtually impossible to...

    For what it's worth, it's virtually impossible to offer a trade for "equal value" or make a "reasonable cash offer" if one doesn't know what you (or whoever else may have bought it new) paid for the...
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    Why two separate threads asking basically the...

    Why two separate threads asking basically the same question?

    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/showthread.php?144379-Fluorocarbon-or-Nylgut-strings-for-my-cheap-uke
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    I recall previous discussions in this forum about...

    I recall previous discussions in this forum about why people remove the price from their for sale post after the 'ukulele is sold and how people feel about it. I suck at searching the forum so I was...
  5. I believe that it's a matter of physics that the...

    I believe that it's a matter of physics that the longer the scale, the more sustain you are likely to get. Playing a D note, for example, is likely to produce the same tone on a 17" scale tenor as on...
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    Baltimore (aka "Balmer" to the locals)

    Baltimore (aka "Balmer" to the locals)
  7. I believe that it's a matter of physics that the...

    I believe that it's a matter of physics that the longer the scale, the more sustain you are likely to get. Playing a D note, for example, is likely to produce the same tone on a 17" scale jumbo...
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    I recently brought a steel string tenor guitar...

    I recently brought a steel string tenor guitar (23" scale), tuned DGBE, like a baritone ukulele, to Gryphon Stringed Instruments, and asked them if they could piece together and install a set of...
  9. Thread: A passing noted

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    I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm sure your friend...

    I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm sure your friend lives on in the joy he brought to others with his instruments, his stories, and his friendship.
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    Whatever you buy, but it from a seller who sets...

    Whatever you buy, but it from a seller who sets up each ukulele he/she/it sells. Inexpensive ukuleles tend to have high action and it could make the ukulele feel less playable or have bad...
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    Queen Elizabeth II

    Queen Elizabeth II
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    Phone home!

    Phone home!
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    George Lucas

    George Lucas
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    That looks like a UBass that Chris Kamaka is...

    That looks like a UBass that Chris Kamaka is playing.
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    My Kamaka tenor has Oasis Warm fluorocarbon...

    My Kamaka tenor has Oasis Warm fluorocarbon strings with a Fremont Solo wound low G. I tend to prefer the warmth of fluorocarbons, and the Fremont low G is less "thunky" than the non-wound Oasis low...
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    I love playing baritone ukuleles, and my brain,...

    I love playing baritone ukuleles, and my brain, after a long adjustment period, can now readily recall the different names for chord shapes in both tenor ukulele and baritone ukulele tuning. I can...
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    Claras are selling new (at both Blackbird and The...

    Claras are selling new (at both Blackbird and The Ukulele Site) for $1,295. The one at Gryphon Stringed Instruments is $1,025, so there is an almost $300 savings.
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    I use a Kyser quick-change ukulele/banjo capo on...

    I use a Kyser quick-change ukulele/banjo capo on my baritones. I like it because it goes on and comes off quickly and easily, and intonation seems to be good.
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    According to its website, Brier Road Guitars...

    According to its website, Brier Road Guitars offers guitar/ukulele building workshops in the town of Adams in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.
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    It's definitely fun meeting nice UU members in...

    It's definitely fun meeting nice UU members in person.

    And I think you'd probably admit, if pressed, that you're happy with the ukulele I nudged you to buy from Andrew at the ukulele festival in...
  21. Beautiful, Jon. Nice to hear you singing and...

    Beautiful, Jon. Nice to hear you singing and playing again.
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    Yikes! i'm not sure I can think of a two-word...

    Yikes! i'm not sure I can think of a two-word phrase that begins with "abound"!
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    This is the word game where the second word of...

    This is the word game where the second word of the word pair to which you are responding has to be the first word of the word pair you add. So a correct response has to begin with the word...
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    solving problems

    solving problems
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    Congratulations. the baritone ukuleles in both...

    Congratulations. the baritone ukuleles in both of those videos sound great!

    As for the neck, I agree with Jim. Tell Aaron what you like and what you don't like about the baritone necks you've...
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