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  1. I've been watching this playlist but haven't...

    I've been watching this playlist but haven't bought the app yet. This is mind blowing stuff if you're into reharmonization:
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLt-Oh3MSFwB_9zai4Q_grlr5f2Sj5qVDf
  2. This sounds like it is referring to just the...

    This sounds like it is referring to just the reds. As far as I know, the wound strings in these sets make no claims to being less squeaky.
  3. Where did you see that? That was not the case...

    Where did you see that? That was not the case with the set of guilele strings with wound lowers and red trebles. But that has been a year or two ago.
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    Kimo sure knows how to find purty wood :drool:

    Kimo sure knows how to find purty wood :drool:
  5. Diggin that top! :drool:

    Diggin that top! :drool:
  6. Hey, there was a Southern Cross on FMM yesterday....

    Hey, there was a Southern Cross on FMM yesterday. Just sayin :p

    If you really want the banjo sound, you probably don't want the Bonanzalele. I have one on order specifically because it has "a...
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    Now that you mention it, there are a lot of...

    Now that you mention it, there are a lot of different designs all over the place - body shape, neck joins, head stocks, rosettes, etc. I like it too.
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    Hmm, that's a really good question. I have not...

    Hmm, that's a really good question. I have not noticed intonation issues in general with lower tunings though I am not super picky on that regard. It's definitely worth trying fresh strings and tune...
  9. I had a BUT for awhile. If you have the BUC, I...

    I had a BUT for awhile. If you have the BUC, I don't know that there's much better out there until you get to the likes of Southern Cross (no longer building banjo ukes) or Beansprout, both of which...
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    That's an easy fix to try then. Put a shim under...

    That's an easy fix to try then. Put a shim under the saddle like a strip of credit card or two. If the buzz goes away, you can make a more permanent fix by having a taller saddle fitted.
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    Nice! I'd love to see more shots of the all...

    Nice! I'd love to see more shots of the all myrtle one. :drool: But I don't want to derail this thread. Do you have a link to another thread or photos of that one?
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    Congrats! Unless you gave Elderly specific...

    Congrats!

    Unless you gave Elderly specific instructions for a super low action, i highly doubt that is the case. When I got my baritone guitalele from them last year, they indicated their normal...
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    That's what I was thinking. Unless some evidence...

    That's what I was thinking. Unless some evidence can be provided to the contrary, I suggest we stop this rumoring right now.
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    That's only half my position. The other half is...

    That's only half my position. The other half is that even if you're playing with others, you still don't to learn new chords - if you're willing to treat the baritone as a transposing instrument and...
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    First, it's usually written 2433. You can also...

    First, it's usually written 2433.

    You can also get a passable Am7 with 2030. It's missing the fifth but you can alternate 2000 and 2030 if you like.
    4220 Bm7 also. An easy and cool alternate is...
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    Amazing how many times this has come up just in...

    Amazing how many times this has come up just in the last two days:
    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/showthread.php?140838-Uke-T-i-P-s-Thinking-in-C
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    That's a nice playlist. I don't "have" the...

    That's a nice playlist.

    I don't "have" the blues. When I play the uke, I "give" the blues to anyone in earshot. :rofl:
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    I won't transpose "on the fly". I agree if you're...

    I won't transpose "on the fly". I agree if you're tuning down 1 or 2 semitones that a capo is an invaluable tool. :cheers:
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    Noooooooooo! ;)...

    Noooooooooo! ;)
    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/showthread.php?140838-Uke-T-i-P-s-Thinking-in-C
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    thank you Joseph and Bill. :cheers:

    thank you Joseph and Bill. :cheers:
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    From this side of the screen, I think they sound...

    From this side of the screen, I think they sound about equally good, though I tend to like my tenors in Bb or A for reentrant tuning.
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    Right. Your "C" instrument can be baritone (or...

    Right. Your "C" instrument can be baritone (or guitar) just as easily. If I hadn't been away from guitar for so long (decades) when I started uke, I might have done the same. Kinda wished I had now...
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    I meant swap the left and right sides like this,...

    I meant swap the left and right sides like this, though I'm sure it would look better than this bad photo edit
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  24. Funny you should mention that :cheers:...

    Funny you should mention that :cheers:
    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/showthread.php?140838-Uke-T-i-P-s-Thinking-in-C
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    Uke T.i.P.s: Thinking in C

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKvgqg6BJCA
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