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    I've been on here since about June 2011, still...

    I've been on here since about June 2011, still checks in a couple of times a week
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    i've always wore hats of some sort but I have to...

    i've always wore hats of some sort but I have to say that between the old skinhead/two tone style, where people wore pork pie hats and of course the uke, I now class the pork pie hat as my favourite...
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    I bought a soprano uke from him albeit 8 years...

    I bought a soprano uke from him albeit 8 years ago now, it was a solidly made instrument, but the sound and sustain was not good, the sound board was quite thick, I cant say how good they are now...
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    I have owned 2 tenor size cedar mainlands, they...

    I have owned 2 tenor size cedar mainlands, they are excellent, so good I bought one twice, I have owned my second one for 6 years and its still my favourite uke, my first got damaged when a friend...
  5. forgive me, I havent read all of the replies on...

    forgive me, I havent read all of the replies on this post but have you checked out Enya or Flight ukes, they have received some really good reviews and are reasonably priced, as I saw you mention...
  6. excellent rendition loved it

    excellent rendition loved it
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    check out gotaukulele on youtube I'm almost sure...

    check out gotaukulele on youtube I'm almost sure Barry Maz did a review on one some years ago, he used to gig with it as well, hope this is of some help to you
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    yes I have but only once, the uke was a Mainland...

    yes I have but only once, the uke was a Mainland cedar/rosewood tenor, I gigged with it for 5 years and it got battered, but fair play to it, that uke never let me down, I loved that uke so much, I...
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    I own a mango concert size with a koa inlay...

    I own a mango concert size with a koa inlay around the sound hole, its a beautiful looking uke, however, this is not a loud instrument with its current strings (Aquila, I think) I watched a video on...
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    yep i definitely got the blues, in Wales UK, it...

    yep i definitely got the blues, in Wales UK, it rains all the time, I sleep in an empty bed, I'm always injuring myself, because I'm old, cold and full of mold lol
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    I was blacklisted a few weeks ago, I knew it was...

    I was blacklisted a few weeks ago, I knew it was a mistake, you guys sorted it in a few hours, thats a small price to pay for everything you guys have given me over the years, thank you all from the...
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    i have been listening to a lot of Django...

    i have been listening to a lot of Django Reinhardt lately, but I have been exploring some of the buskers here in the UK particularly The Galway Street Band singing 'Bee's Wing' but there are so many...
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    outstanding instruments Pete, really enjoyed the...

    outstanding instruments Pete, really enjoyed the video, my marmite cherry still going strong and plays beautifully
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    wonderful piece congratulations and good luck...

    wonderful piece congratulations and good luck with the album
  15. thanks for that Jim very handy mate much...

    thanks for that Jim very handy mate much appreciated
  16. I have a tenor marmite cherry wood and its a...

    I have a tenor marmite cherry wood and its a fantastic instrument, wish I could afford this one
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    good luck with the sale Dave, lovely instrument

    good luck with the sale Dave, lovely instrument
  18. it helps me but not a great deal, as the...

    it helps me but not a great deal, as the ukingviking said it has its drawbacks, chord shapes are different and the ones that are the same shape are a different chord, the only thing it has helped me...
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    you sang and played very well Dave, full credit...

    you sang and played very well Dave, full credit to you, its not easy getting up there alone in front of everyone, I bet the hecklers wouldn't have the balls to do that even if they were pi$$ed
  20. I started learning guitar this year at age 54, I...

    I started learning guitar this year at age 54, I so wish I had started when I was a kid, my biggest regret
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    I've never played the Ohana, but my Mainland...

    I've never played the Ohana, but my Mainland Cedar/tenor is a keeper, I would never part with it, in fact I have owned 2, one I used to gig with for a number of years and it never let me down, until...
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    my biggest regret is that I didn't start learning...

    my biggest regret is that I didn't start learning guitar when I was a kid, I know its never too late to learn but man I regret not learning it years ago, I'm 55 now
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    I'm in the same boat as you Dave, I only started...

    I'm in the same boat as you Dave, I only started playing guitar in January, I have played uke for nearly 9 years, when I got my first guitar I thought wow this is what I'm looking for, thats the end...
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    I bought the same GS mini a few months ago and I...

    I bought the same GS mini a few months ago and I love it, beautiful sound and projection, best £400 I have spent so far on an instrument of any kind
  25. Thread: New to UU

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    welcome from the land of song

    welcome from the land of song
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