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    Nickie, you got that right!

    Nickie, you got that right!
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    Do I want a Concert-size Uke? Why?

    Coming to Ukulele as a long-time guitarist, I've focused exclusively on Tenors, because that was the largest size that employed g/G C E A tuning. I have no interest in getting a Baritone (too...
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    I have 3 superb tenors. (See...

    I have 3 superb tenors.
    (See https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/showthread.php?147830-A-Tale-of-Three-Unusual-Tenors)
    But if I could only have one :mad: I'd keep the Farallon and put a Misi...
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    "When you don't know music theory, it seems like...

    "When you don't know music theory, it seems like rocket science; when you do, it's more like plumbing."
    One thing: The notes in a chord don't have to be in order, whether it's root position, 1st...
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    Well, I once owned a 12-string guitar … Q: How...

    Well, I once owned a 12-string guitar …
    Q: How long does it take to tune a 12-string guitar?
    A: Nobody knows!
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    No, I was just wondering about, "... just a...

    No, I was just wondering about, "... just a regular uke with a 'course' (double string) as the lower string, 2 g's set an octave apart, fretted by the same finger." I now see that they are readily...
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    5-String Tenor Ukes (Hi AND Lo G)?

    I was was thinking that a Tenor Uke with a double 4th 'string' comprised of both Hi and Lo G strings could be an enticing proposition! There must be something like this available. Does anyone know...
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    I like it there for most Guitars, but prefer the...

    I like it there for most Guitars, but prefer the underside of the neck heel for Ukes.
    If you haven't already seen it, check this out at Stew Mac's website. (Forum wouldn't let me post the link -...
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    Thanks everyone!

    Thanks everyone!
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    This is all I know: 130844

    This is all I know:
    130844
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    Been Tele-less for a while now, but as you can...

    Been Tele-less for a while now, but as you can see, I do have a Pan Flute!
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    Thanks John! Yes, the reason I posted this is...

    Thanks John!
    Yes, the reason I posted this is that I believe my KoAloha came with Worth CT's as the stock strings. I also believe that the BL's are similar and was curious about the difference...
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    Worth CT LG vs Freemont Blackline?

    How would you compare these two string sets in terms of tone, volume, and tension on a Tenor? (This isn't really a, "What strings should I buy?" thread; I'm just looking for a comparison between...
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    Thanks Nickie. I play pretty much everything. I...

    Thanks Nickie. I play pretty much everything. I do like Bluegrass, but I'm not particularly well versed in it.
    My Banjo is a Plectrum model in 'Chicago' tuning - DGBE - like a Baritone Uke (except...
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    Saw the PM - didn't know who the heck it was! Old...

    Saw the PM - didn't know who the heck it was! Old AOL email still active though no longer primary. Phone numbers are the same too. So you got seduced by the Uke, too? Let's get in touch!
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    A Tale of Three Unusual Tenors

    Blackbird Farallon: I got the plain vanilla model in High G. Does it sound like wood? No not exactly, but it sounds musically terrific, and it plays like a dream - better than any other Tenor I've...
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    Thank you all for the warm wishes. I fell in love...

    Thank you all for the warm wishes. I fell in love with the Uke, but not at the expense of other instruments. I find playing Guitar, Uke, Banjo, and Bass makes me better at all of them than if I only...
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    Guitar Since 1960; Uke since 2017.

    Hi!

    My name is Tom Karol. I live in the Boston Metrowest area. I've played Guitar for 60 years. I also play a bit of Banjo and Bass. I picked up Ukulele about 4 years ago, and I've become totally...
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