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  1. Epiphone Mandobird

    Have you seen the Epiphone Mandobird? Solid body, steel strings, super skinny neck, about an inch at the nut. Can be tuned G-C-E-A, I did it, works great with the stock strings.
  2. Thread: Kamasami Kong

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    Kamasami Kong

    Don't know where to post this but was just wondering, are any of you UUers in Japan or Hawaii familiar with radio personality Kamasami Kong?
    He was going to do a show about ukuleles, did anyone hear...
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    One thing I did not mention in my original post...

    One thing I did not mention in my original post is that I also had my Epi Les Paul Uke at the festival, several guitarists played it as well, when asked which they thought cost more, the Epi, or Kala...
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    Kala U-Bass Thoughts

    Have had my U-Bass about a month and absolutely love it. Took it to Abbey Road on The River Beatles festival over Memorial day weekend to use at the all night jam sessions in the hotel. Quite a few...
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    Have a Oscar Schmidt baritone as well, not really...

    Have a Oscar Schmidt baritone as well, not really impressed with either, beautiful instrument though. Been thinking about putting gCEA strings on also. Having played guitar for 45 years, the bari...
  6. Update, had pre ordered Epi Les paul from Sam...

    Update, had pre ordered Epi Les paul from Sam Ash, they are now in stock and mine is being processed for shipping, now to find a u-bass. By the way, I have nothing against e-bay stores, many...
  7. Sorry, forgot to mention, I don't do e-bay.

    Sorry, forgot to mention, I don't do e-bay.
  8. none online, anywhere.

    none online, anywhere.
  9. Where are they? Kala U-bass, Epi Les Paul Uke.

    Been trying to buy a Kala U-bass and an Epiphone Les Paul uke for several months, where are they? Why do companies promote things they cannot deliver? Frustrating, any ideas?
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    Have one on back order from Sam Ash, well over a...

    Have one on back order from Sam Ash, well over a month, haven't heard a thing. Should have known better than to deal with Sam Ash, thought that because they are big I would get one sooner. I should...
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    A Jumbo is an accoustic guitar with a deep waist,...

    A Jumbo is an accoustic guitar with a deep waist, as opposed to a dreadnaught which has a shallow waist. Gibson J200 is a Jumbo, Gibson Hummingbird is a dreadnaught.
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    Don't think you'll hurt the micro cube unless you...

    Don't think you'll hurt the micro cube unless you turn it up to 11. Might not get the sound you want but the micro cube is virtually indestructible, have played my Hofner and Fender basses through...
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    Hey Tudorp, hope you don't think I was trying to...

    Hey Tudorp, hope you don't think I was trying to knock the guitar, love it. The pick-ups just threw me. I'd take my time working on it so I could enjoy it.
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    Not an expert, but have never seen a Ric with...

    Not an expert, but have never seen a Ric with humbuckers, haven't seen one with that quilted maple finish either, but like I said no expert here but have owned a few Rics. See from the controls it...
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    Even after playing guitar for 40+ years, I too...

    Even after playing guitar for 40+ years, I too had difficulty with D and E on uke, been playing uke about a year and a half and am finally comfortable with D and E. Now I don't have to transpose...
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    As a bass player, which I am also, you must put a...

    As a bass player, which I am also, you must put a Kala U-bass on your list, I ordered mine yesterday. Check them out.
  17. Thread: Picks?

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    I often play with a pick, like a thin pick with...

    I often play with a pick, like a thin pick with the fat side toward the strings, like mando players do. Like to make my Uke Bark.
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    Hey Tudorp, how do I get on the list? I want one,...

    Hey Tudorp, how do I get on the list? I want one, maybe two. let me know. Thanks
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    Yeah, where do you get one, I'm willing to take a...

    Yeah, where do you get one, I'm willing to take a chance.
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    I bought a Rogue baritone a year or so ago,...

    I bought a Rogue baritone a year or so ago, thinking for the price I could do something with it, wrong. Totally unplayable, action so high that it can't be fixed. Even with the saddle removed the...
  21. Had a music room in a spare bedroom, kids took it...

    Had a music room in a spare bedroom, kids took it for a toy then computer room. Finished basement for a music room, stage, P.A. lights etc., Boys took it over when they got older. My man cave is now...
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    Think I topped out at 64 guitars, since started...

    Think I topped out at 64 guitars, since started playin Uke in Sept 09 I have sold or given away about 10 guitars. Also have 8 or 10 Mandolins. Think I have 17 ukes.
    Only play Uke now. Do I need some...
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    I say play anything you want or like, doesn't...

    I say play anything you want or like, doesn't have to be banjo music, It'll sound cool, and different. I don't know any Hawiian songs on uke. Play mostly Rock and country. Whatever you play on uke...
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    I have an Epi Mandobird, the concept is...

    I have an Epi Mandobird, the concept is extrodinary, the execution is so so. The neck is too skinny, the action is too high, and being a 4 string mandolin, the sound just isn't there. That said,...
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    I too love paper copies. One of the great things...

    I too love paper copies. One of the great things about chordie.com is that you can compile you own personal songbook and access it from any computer, anywhere.
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