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  1. I had the privilege of playing it a number of...

    I had the privilege of playing it a number of times Bob. Congratulations, it's a fine instrument bought from a dedicated person who always ensures his instruments are in top condition. You hit the...
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    Not hard to restring at all. Just feed the string...

    Not hard to restring at all. Just feed the string thru the hole and fish out thru the soundhole to tie the knot and pull it back to the bridge. I much prefer a through the body design over a tie...
  3. Congrats on the O-CE Evan. Like AGF is for...

    Congrats on the O-CE Evan. Like AGF is for guitars; UU is for. ukes.
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    When you spend more time looking out the window...

    When you spend more time looking out the window for the FedEx truck than the dog does looking for birds to chase.
  5. Main thing is set up of the uke. If it's setup to...

    Main thing is set up of the uke. If it's setup to your liking, quality is just a matter of preference. Being a first step up; you may want to look at used. You can buy a higher quality instrument...
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    Chuck Moore first started making ukes using...

    Chuck Moore first started making ukes using coconuts.
  7. PM sent Dave. Do you mean buyer pays shipping to...

    PM sent Dave. Do you mean buyer pays shipping to buyer? Nut Width?
  8. Sycamore for me. Especially the ones made by...

    Sycamore for me. Especially the ones made by Brian Griffin
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    I had a 23" scale baritone made by George Thomas...

    I had a 23" scale baritone made by George Thomas in Bellingham, Wa.. It's basically a tenor guitar built for nylon strings.

    I call it a contra baritone. Sounds wonderful. Can see the size...
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    Brian Griffin of Griffin Ukuleles make his...

    Brian Griffin of Griffin Ukuleles make his baritones for any width nut the person wants.His usual builds now are 1.5" unless the owner wants a different width.

    He started Stu Fuchs baritone just...
  11. There's also Ukulele Friend who sells high value...

    There's also Ukulele Friend who sells high value instruments.https://ukulelefriend.com.
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    Yes, you are using guitar stings for the bari....

    Yes, you are using guitar stings for the bari. the CF 35 is a guitar A string, CF30 is the D string for the guitar. And, the Savarex used for the B&E are actually a guitar G and B string. Works...
  13. You may also want to tape around where the bridge...

    You may also want to tape around where the bridge goes with blue tape. That helps stopping it from sliding, keeping itin place, when you clamp down the bridge after gluing. Brian Griffin of Griffin...
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    I like a yoke style capo. No needed to retuned...

    I like a yoke style capo. No needed to retuned when using. The G7 Heritage, Showcase or Elliot/McKinney are my favorites. I've got 60 pus years of capos in a drawer. The yoke style are the best imo....
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    Cubeistan has a nice old Favilla for sale. Has a...

    Cubeistan has a nice old Favilla for sale. Has a few scars but sure plays nice.
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    You could also look at a tenor guitar and change...

    You could also look at a tenor guitar and change from steel to nylon. I had a "contra" baritone custom built. It's basically a tenor guitar scale and size built for nylon strings. I also play guitar...
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    This is a wonderful instrument. Cubeistan aalways...

    This is a wonderful instrument. Cubeistan aalways takes his newly arrived used instruments uo to our local well known luthier, Will Bright. Will gives the instruments a good look and repairs what he...
  18. Thread: Myamoe

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    Yeah Dave is a pretty special man. I have a...

    Yeah Dave is a pretty special man. I have a Romero B6 coming my way I bought from him. Should be here on the 5th.
  19. "If this is the worst thing to happen today, I'll...

    "If this is the worst thing to happen today, I'll take it."

    As said to my blonde girlfriend; "Lights are on but nobody's home".
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    The Romero B6 is a good one also but around a...

    The Romero B6 is a good one also but around a grand brand new. 20"scale with solid spruce top and mahogany back and sides. Pepe has them in nylon and steel strung models.
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    I had the pleasure of buying Daves Romero B6...

    I had the pleasure of buying Daves Romero B6 Guilele Sam. Yeah Dave, what else are you selling?
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    Not sure Sporky.I imagine if it powers a comp....

    Not sure Sporky.I imagine if it powers a comp. should power the amp. I've used this one for four or more years and still lasts along time. zlove that I can just slide the battery in my gig bag pocket...
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    I have the THRA5 also. Rather than using...

    I have the THRA5 also. Rather than using batteries, I use this computer battery. It lasts well over 6 or more hours; the longest I've played with it and still had three lights on. Sure beats using...
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    For a baritone, the top resonates better with the...

    For a baritone, the top resonates better with the DGBE tuning than the GCEA tuning. I found the c tuning on a bari sounding thin and not as robust as in the G tuning. If you wanted a C tuned...
  25. I've been considering a guilele or small guitar...

    I've been considering a guilele or small guitar with Terz tuning. One of my concerns is the much wider neck of a nylon 6 string. I play a lot of 1 3/4" guitars so perhaps the slimmer neck of the...
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