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    Well, I use Living Water fluorocarbons on my...

    Well, I use Living Water fluorocarbons on my ukes, you may find them suitable. :)
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    Hopefully, the people are safe, (& insured).

    Hopefully, the people are safe, (& insured).
  3. It's your call, but normally protectors are for...

    It's your call, but normally protectors are for people who use picks, aren't they(?) - maybe it is just to keep it safe whilst in transit.
  4. Good reso ukes cost a lot, so probably best with...

    Good reso ukes cost a lot, so probably best with an 8 string.
    Use a pick.
    Position might help; hard wall behind you should focus sound outward, or maybe in a corner(?).
  5. Do you mean using a whistle, (tin/penny/Celtic),...

    Do you mean using a whistle, (tin/penny/Celtic), if so I'd be interested to hear what you plan to use, as I recently took it up. :)
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    I spent my learning period mainly on a long neck...

    I spent my learning period mainly on a long neck soprano, & I eventually got an Opio long neck concert, so I reckon you've made a good choice. :)
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    Been going 11 years, you say, well I've only been...

    Been going 11 years, you say, well I've only been here for 3, but really appreciate what you have given freely to us, thank you. :)
  8. I guess my 'holy grail' uke was when I found the...

    I guess my 'holy grail' uke was when I found the tenor scaled concert bodied size, I bought my Ohana, realised that this was what I had been looking for, so bought my most expensive, my KoAloha Opio...
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    Now, you know, I've told you before, low G on...

    Now, you know, I've told you before, low G on everything! :nana::smileybounce:
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    The Government allowed, for this vote only, all...

    The Government allowed, for this vote only, all 17 year olds to have a say, & even with all those extra votes, the majority voted 'out'. :p
  11. One seller (on here), cost me 35, because he...

    One seller (on here), cost me 35, because he didn't want to pay the charges, & returned my Paypal money, (which is what was asked for in his advert), without me knowing that it wouldn't get back...
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    Another one now over & put to bed. You brought...

    Another one now over & put to bed.

    You brought 139 videos for the playlist - thank you all for taking part this week - & thanks for your nice comments - it's been a pleasure hosting the Seasons.
    ...
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    The problem was that 'we, the people', signed up...

    The problem was that 'we, the people', signed up for a 'Common Market', but successive 'Politicians' have got us deeper & deeper into a 'Union' that we didn't, & don't want! :mad:
  14. First purchase was a Makala Tenor, but I found...

    First purchase was a Makala Tenor, but I found the stretch too much, at the time, my hands have loosened up since then, & now tenor is my favourite scale. Closely followed by a Makala Pineapple...
  15. What is actually happening, is that the materials...

    What is actually happening, is that the materials that the uke is made of are settling in to each other, & the uke is adjusting to your environment. :)

    It may improve in tone, but seldom does one...
  16. Here are mine. :) The tenor scales 113397...

    Here are mine. :)

    The tenor scales
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    Kala KA-T - Ohana SK30L - Ohana CK35L - KoAloha Opio
    Clearwater Electric - RISA Uke Ellie - RISA Solid

    The concert scales
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    Kala Acacia -...
  17. You've really got it bad, Jerry!...

    You've really got it bad, Jerry! :smileybounce::music:
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    Commenting on videos is a major part of hosting,...

    Commenting on videos is a major part of hosting, it's easy for the first few, but does get harder the more entries you get. ;)

    You'll be fine. :)

    Have an enjoyable week. :cool:
  19. Just found these charts, many thanks for making...

    Just found these charts, many thanks for making them available. :)
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    I like Living Water concert strings on my ukes,...

    I like Living Water concert strings on my ukes, mahogany, acacia, & my one spruce all have them, all in low G.

    I have my Kala L/N soprano with some other flouros, possibly Worths, (took them off...
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    Mahogany is a safe bet, as is cedar, if you like...

    Mahogany is a safe bet, as is cedar, if you like a more mellow sound, whilst acacia, koa, & spruce are slightly brighter.

    I have 3x mahogany, 2x acacia, & 1x spruce, all solid wood ukes, & I...
  22. Labels help when you are trying to describe...

    Labels help when you are trying to describe something to someone else, so they are quite a necessity, but totally agree, it's the end result that counts. ;)
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    As your preferred scale is tenor, take a look at...

    As your preferred scale is tenor, take a look at an Ohana.
    The CK35L, tenor scale, concert body, or the SK30L, tenor scale, soprano body, solid mahogany, both are small & portable with a good sound....
  24. Baritone/Chicago tuning => D3 G3 B3 E4 (in...

    Baritone/Chicago tuning => D3 G3 B3 E4 (in piano terminology). :)
  25. There is quite a big difference between guitar &...

    There is quite a big difference between guitar & banjo, namely the skin head as against the sound board. :)
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