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    Glad it helps. Kitchen Girl is a great tune. The...

    Glad it helps. Kitchen Girl is a great tune. The A section (or what I play as the A section some people play it the other way around) is in Mixolydian and the B section is in Dorian. I think most...
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    As I mentioned to another poster most old-time...

    As I mentioned to another poster most old-time "modal" tunes are generally based on the Dorian and/or Mixolydian scales. Can you play a C major scale? If so all you need to do to play the Mixolydian...
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    I somehow overlooked the author'a name in your...

    I somehow overlooked the author'a name in your original post. Yes, Erbson definitely does old time music.
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    In old time music (old time being a catch all...

    In old time music (old time being a catch all term for a genre that mainly, but not entirely, consists of appalachian string band music originating in the pre WWII era) "modal" tunes are generally...
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    I play old-time banjo. A lot of OT musicians I...

    I play old-time banjo. A lot of OT musicians I know like to go to early source recordings on https://www.slippery-hill.com/

    Lots of early source recordings there.

    Personally I tend to listen...
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    So am I and yes it was a great decision :)

    So am I and yes it was a great decision :)
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    Jake's setups are amazing. EDW and I just...

    Jake's setups are amazing. EDW and I just happened to send ours to him at the same time. Mine was the 1918 one he posted about. It was great before, but now it plays like butter.
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    That's a cool area. I lived off of 16th and...

    That's a cool area. I lived off of 16th and Fairmount when I first moved to Philly in 06; not too far from there. It has changed a lot since then. I'm in West Philly now near the universities...
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    That's awsome that you take lessons with him. He...

    That's awsome that you take lessons with him. He seems like an exceptional teacher. Yeah I agree. He could make anything sound great. He is local to me; post-pandemic I need to make a point to go...
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    Christopher Davis-Shannon sure seems to like his:...

    Christopher Davis-Shannon sure seems to like his: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2OxqeKZJsU
  11. Thread: Weymann ukulele

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    These are great ukes, and Jakes work and setups...

    These are great ukes, and Jakes work and setups are 2nd to none!
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    I can't believe this is still for sale. Wish I...

    I can't believe this is still for sale. Wish I could. Good luck!
  13. Whoa! There is a Mr. Rogers ukulele song book!

    Whoa! There is a Mr. Rogers ukulele song book!
  14. Thread: Great luthiers?

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    Happy to give him shoutouts at any opportunity. I...

    Happy to give him shoutouts at any opportunity. I ran across his work for the first time about a year and a half ago when someone posted one of his ukes for sale on the forum. I immeadiatly fell in...
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    I love selling ukes because it means I get to buy...

    I love selling ukes because it means I get to buy something new!!!

    Though I don't have UAS. I have UBASS (Ukulele Buying and Selling Syndrome).
  16. Thread: Great luthiers?

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    I'm pretty sure David Hanson is actually Tukanu...

    I'm pretty sure David Hanson is actually Tukanu on UU.
  17. Thread: Great luthiers?

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    I'm big fan of Pete Hurney of Pohaku ukuleles....

    I'm big fan of Pete Hurney of Pohaku ukuleles. http://www.pohakuukulele.com/
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    Beautiful!

    That cutaway on the fretboard looks like the ones often seen on open back banjos. Is that to facilitate clawhammer playing?
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    Wow gorgeous! And it sounds like it has...

    Wow gorgeous! And it sounds like it has incredible tone and volume too. A superb soprano!
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    It's kinda mind boggling to me that someone would...

    It's kinda mind boggling to me that someone would put all that work into making an instrument like that for that price only to put the bridge on that way and leave that glue squeeze out on there. I...
  21. Thread: Yea, Pohaku!

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    Awesome! That is a really cool one. Didn't...

    Awesome! That is a really cool one. Didn't realize it had sold. Glad you love it as much as I love mine.
  22. Thread: Steampunk Uke

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    Glad to hear that your experience mimics mine....

    Glad to hear that your experience mimics mine. The longer I have mine the more I realize just how great it is!
  23. Thread: Yea, Pohaku!

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    No, he sells pure joy in the form of ukes.

    No, he sells pure joy in the form of ukes.
  24. Thread: Steampunk Uke

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    Oh you got that? I've been looking for this NUD....

    Oh you got that? I've been looking for this NUD. I want pics and sound samples!
  25. Thread: Yea, Pohaku!

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    I'm disappointed you didn't order a uke from him....

    I'm disappointed you didn't order a uke from him. Come'on Jerry!!!!
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