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  1. The shallower string break angle afforded by a...

    The shallower string break angle afforded by a tail piece will cause less downward force applied to the saddle, so won't drive the top as well. Less of an issue with things like mandolins as they've...
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    Wow, that Les Paul review just won't die, will...

    Wow, that Les Paul review just won't die, will it? Baz didn't like it, some people do, can probably move on now. Can at least focus this thread on the uke he has actually reviewed?

    Looks a half...
  3. Yeah, given you've got around 7k worth of ukes...

    Yeah, given you've got around 7k worth of ukes there surely $120 to learn how to play them isn't much at all?
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    Sold on eBay

    Sold on eBay
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    FS: Pono Big Baritone (UK)

    I'm going to be popping my big baritone on eBay in the next week or two but thought I'd give UU first refusal. It's the BN-1 model, so the "basics" version they did a small run of with the paddle...
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    Tanglewood TU-1. Standard laminate hog soprano...

    Tanglewood TU-1. Standard laminate hog soprano but is an absolute sound cannon. Love it.
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    I have a 1 year old and a 3 year old. All...

    I have a 1 year old and a 3 year old. All childcare now closed and we're in self isolation as the 1 year old has a high temperature and a cough. How am I keeping busy? By trying to work from home as...
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    My youngest has a fever and a cough so we're...

    My youngest has a fever and a cough so we're following the UK advice and self isolating for 2 weeks as a household. None of the rest of us have symptoms yet, my youngest is 15 months so picks things...
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    I like to chop and change instruments so I keep...

    I like to chop and change instruments so I keep boxes for posting sold instruments.
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    It's also possible that your uke naturally...

    It's also possible that your uke naturally resonates at G#, so that 1st fret on the G string is overpowering the other notes.
  11. Damn, missed the boat! I won't use the squeaky...

    Damn, missed the boat! I won't use the squeaky sugars so I hope the experiment is a success as I liked them otherwise!
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    Yeah, the lack of stability always wears me down...

    Yeah, the lack of stability always wears me down with nylon but I love the sound too!
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    I was a PIMA person (I did come from guitar)...

    I was a PIMA person (I did come from guitar) until I learned a load of tunes out of James Hill's Duets for One book. That totally converted me to thumbing, I am capable of a much wider expressive...
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    Don't know if there are any Big Island ones...

    Don't know if there are any Big Island ones floating around at the moment but I got a second hand one a few weeks ago. I'm very impressed with it, fantastic sound. Would buy again, would recommend!
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    Haha, you know I think they've managed ok so far,...

    Haha, you know I think they've managed ok so far, Jerry. You might even call their efforts successful!
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    With high tension strings my Fluke dishes a bit....

    With high tension strings my Fluke dishes a bit. Not a lot but visibly. Doesn't fuss me, still sounds and plays great. It's the sign of a light build, which is probably one of the reasons it sounds...
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    Throw Lani into this mix as well - had a baritone...

    Throw Lani into this mix as well - had a baritone of theirs that was identical to an Ohana one aside from the badge. This is what budget brands do - source products from factories that can produce...
  18. Thread: Mystery NUD

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    That low G balance was exactly what struck me in...

    That low G balance was exactly what struck me in the HMS videos as well. I've only really had success finding that balance in GCEA baritones. Glad it matches up in real life!
  19. Thread: Mystery NUD

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    Ooooh, yep, I'm turning green!

    Ooooh, yep, I'm turning green!
  20. Yeah, what is it, VAT of 20%, then something like...

    Yeah, what is it, VAT of 20%, then something like 2% import duty on top of that. By the time it gets here you've paid the normal UK list price.

    Worth letting the guys at SUS know you're on the...
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    Kala had some gorgeous sounding Elites at HMS...

    Kala had some gorgeous sounding Elites at HMS recently, spruce top I think? I will be envious if it's one of those!
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    I'll just throw out there that ukuleles are very...

    I'll just throw out there that ukuleles are very small, very light instruments. A neck rest to alleviate "all that weight" is not likely to be necessary.
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    A real beauty that one. Enjoy!

    A real beauty that one. Enjoy!
  24. Poll: I'm with Rakelele - with a baritone you've got...

    I'm with Rakelele - with a baritone you've got all the scale lengths covered so it's the most versatile for me.
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    Counter, other people have differing opinions....

    Counter, other people have differing opinions. Get over it!
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