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    New all the way - unless it's a real bargain!...

    New all the way - unless it's a real bargain! :music:
  2. I'm no so sure that there is much of a market for...

    I'm no so sure that there is much of a market for steel string electric ukes, as said above, there are a few already, & there have been others, that failed to attract much attention, but if you want...
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    Here's a quick one from me, it's been a while...

    Here's a quick one from me, it's been a while since my last. ;)


    https://youtu.be/33kdYGTQmyM
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    I'll just add that it's called a Clearwater this...

    I'll just add that it's called a Clearwater this side of the pond. :)

    I've got one, I use it occasionally, with a Roland Micro Cube amp, which has a quite a number of built in effects.
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    Sticky: I see it's looking a bit desperate, & I'd hate...

    I see it's looking a bit desperate, & I'd hate for it to wind up, so I'll fill in 386 for you, Brian. :)

    I'm still not really playing uke just now, but I'm tempted to put something up for Geoff's...
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    I agree, Kala or Ohana, good quality ukes - or...

    I agree, Kala or Ohana, good quality ukes - or maybe a Baton Rouge, mine are great little concerts.
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    Nice bit of picking there, Lynda. :music:

    Nice bit of picking there, Lynda. :music:
  8. I think I'd let the student decide, by that I...

    I think I'd let the student decide, by that I mean let them try playing each way - they will likely learn quicker & stay with it if they are comfortable.

    You don't necessarily need to file the nut...
  9. I too, only tend to recommend what I have...

    I too, only tend to recommend what I have personal experience of, but would add that some people do like Pono - I personally don't, & can't see/hear what others do, in them, but I'm OK with my Opio &...
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    Painful......I always thought rafting was...

    Painful......I always thought rafting was dangerous. ;)

    Speedy recovery.

    P.S. You may be able to pluck the chords, still keeping your damaged finger out of the way.
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    Good to have you back in the fold, those long...

    Good to have you back in the fold, those long necks are great fun.

    I spent my main time learning to play on one, still have it, & it is useful to try things out on, when I'm just looking to work...
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    Well, I'm flattered that you think me worthy when...

    Well, I'm flattered that you think me worthy when drawing on someone to explain anything to do with the uke & song writing, there are many greats on here way better than me, Pabrizzer(Brian), Jon, &...
  13. I found the Kala KA-S & KA-T had better tone than...

    I found the Kala KA-S & KA-T had better tone than my Makala concert & my tenor had, so I would agree it would be better to get a Kala, rather than Makala, if you can afford it.

    (Each is perfectly...
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    .......at the very least! :biglaugh:

    .......at the very least! :biglaugh:
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    There are in fact three basic types of...

    There are in fact three basic types of harmonicas, diatonic, chromatic, & tremolo. :cool:
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    Yes, that's the Chrometta, lovely tone, comes in...

    Yes, that's the Chrometta, lovely tone, comes in 8/10/12/14 hole versions, (but has an awkward mouthpiece for some).
    (I have both the 10 & 14 - these are 'orchestra' tuned, meaning they have a...
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    Welcome aboard. :) If you ask for advice, be...

    Welcome aboard. :)

    If you ask for advice, be prepared for lots of opinions. ;)
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    Yep, it's good to just relax & take in the world...

    Yep, it's good to just relax & take in the world now & then. :cool:
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    If it's barely noticeable, I'd just keep an eye...

    If it's barely noticeable, I'd just keep an eye on it, to make sure it doesn't increase, otherwise, I don't think I'd worry about it. :music:
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    The Swan 1040, or maybe, Hohner Chrometta, will...

    The Swan 1040, or maybe, Hohner Chrometta, will get you going, & are quite reasonable, in both sound & quality, (I have both, as well as my better ones).
  21. I picked up a Clearwater, (red with white pick...

    I picked up a Clearwater, (red with white pick guard), second hand, & it's been fun to have around, I use a Micro Cube amp, which gives me some nice effects.

    Fun instrument, at a reasonable price....
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    Ha, ha, that was one of the things that put me...

    Ha, ha, that was one of the things that put me off recumbents - plus you can't see over the hedges. :)

    I think I had about 19 bikes at one time, 7 rideable, & used regularly, the others partially...
  23. A good cheapish uke, Kala KA-S soprano, or KA-C...

    A good cheapish uke, Kala KA-S soprano, or KA-C concert - as said above, I'd be cautious about spending a lot to start with, as sometimes you may find a different scale will suit you better, once you...
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    (See your other post.)

    (See your other post.)
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    Without more specific info, I doubt anyone can...

    Without more specific info, I doubt anyone can give you any opinion. ;)
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