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    Yeah, I saw something about that on TV the other...

    Yeah, I saw something about that on TV the other day, it is worldwide usable.
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    I'm a bit late, but.... I predict..... a busy...

    I'm a bit late, but....

    I predict..... a busy week ahead....
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    Solid body doesn't allow for hearing hand...

    Solid body doesn't allow for hearing hand movements etc, through the body, & are only going to be used plugged in, except for when you want near silent practicing.
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    Kanile'a... :smileybounce::cheers:

    Kanile'a... :smileybounce::cheers:
  5. You'll get as many different ones here as you got...

    You'll get as many different ones here as you got elsewhere. ;)

    Standard to whom, which generation, which Continent, which Country.... :)
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    I have a Kala cedar top bari, it has a great...

    I have a Kala cedar top bari, it has a great tone, especially with fluorocarbon strings, but I find the 20.125" scale length too much for my comfort, I have another bari (a Lani) with a 19.5" scale,...
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    You could burn them, & pollute the air. ;) I...

    You could burn them, & pollute the air. ;)

    I don't remember anyone replacing guitar strings when I was young, only when one broke.

    Do we really need to change them often. I use fluorocarbon...
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    Initially I thought I needed pick ups, but found...

    Initially I thought I needed pick ups, but found out I prefer to use a mic, so I have three electro acoustic concerts, two laminate, & one a solid spruce with a MiSi pick up.

    I do also have four...
  9. I think nylon strings on guitar are fine, as are...

    I think nylon strings on guitar are fine, as are steel strings, but when you come down to the uke, the length of the scale is more suited to finer strings, such as the fluorocarbons, which allow for...
  10. I think it's just you. ;) I've been using...

    I think it's just you. ;)

    I've been using Living Water's for well over a year, & they still sound & feel better than nylons or the Aquilas that came fitted. :cool:
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    You'll always get different opinions on here. ;)...

    You'll always get different opinions on here. ;)

    I started out with a Makala tenor, nothing wrong with it, played well, but then got the chance of a Kala KA-T, at a discount, which I bought,...
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    The chord shapes are the same, they just give...

    The chord shapes are the same, they just give different chords. :)

    Baritones are mainly used because they have a deeper tone, & more sustain.

    Some use them because they are like a small guitar,...
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    Providing the neck has enough width itself, yes...

    Providing the neck has enough width itself, yes you could cut your own nut.

    At your price range, I'm inclined to suggest a KoAloha Opio.

    (I bought a long neck Opio concert in acacia, & haven't...
  14. Check this out. :) ...

    Check this out. :)

    https://liveukulele.com/lessons/fretboard-charts/
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    Welcome aboard, from another Brit, there's quite...

    Welcome aboard, from another Brit, there's quite a few spread around these forums, (I'm down South, Surrey/Hants border). :)
  16. Sticky: The Likely best place is Uke Talk, others have...

    The Likely best place is Uke Talk, others have put theirs in there. :)

    https://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/forumdisplay.php?4-Uke-Talk
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    ....as long as we don't get 'smelly-vision'. :D

    ....as long as we don't get 'smelly-vision'. :D
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    Check these out...

    https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=free+photo+hosting+website

    Google Photos would likely be easiest as you already use Youtube.
  19. Take a look at a KoAloha acacia long neck...

    Take a look at a KoAloha acacia long neck concert, should be well within your budget, I have fluorocarbons on mine, great uke. :music:
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    You gotta be booze sodden to do a real Janis...

    You gotta be booze sodden to do a real Janis sounding tribute........

    She was a 'once in a lifetime' performer.......loved the way she used to belt out them songs. :)
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    Perfect excuse to get a RISA solid/stick uke,...

    Perfect excuse to get a RISA solid/stick uke, (plus an ear/practice amp or belt clip amp).......you know you've always wanted one. :D
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    If it can take a high G, it can handle a low G, &...

    If it can take a high G, it can handle a low G, & I've not found any of my commercially made ukes have needed any widening of the nut slot to accommodate it.

    However, once you've tried a Low G,...
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    I don't think you have a 'collection' until you...

    I don't think you have a 'collection' until you have at least 12. :smileybounce: :music:
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    Once I'd got an Ohana solid mahogany L/N concert,...

    Once I'd got an Ohana solid mahogany L/N concert, the rest was history, it's what I'd been looking for all along, so much so, that I went & bought a KoAloha Opio solid acacia L/N concert, & my UAS...
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    No, no, I don't go out, we always stay in & enjoy...

    No, no, I don't go out, we always stay in & enjoy ourselves! :music:
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