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Thread: Greetings from the most beautiful corner of England - the Lake District!

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    Default Greetings from the most beautiful corner of England - the Lake District!

    Hi everyone, Started playing ukulele for my 70th birthday this year. managing quite well so put a bid in on Ebay for a tenor banjo strung as a uke. Got a bargain, put new strings and she sounds sweet. Much easier to play than the uke being that bit bigger. Just curious if theres anyone else living within 50 miles on this forum?

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    Hi there
    Welcome to UU
    Just joined myself last week. Love to see loads of people with a common interest.
    I live in south manchester so might be just in 50 miles. You are in the
    Most beautiful corner of the country. Take inspiration.

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    Greetings and welcome. Glad you joined. We can always use another septegenarian.

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    Yes welcome to UU!

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    Hola from sunny and warm Arizona, USA! welcome to the forums!
    "If a lot of people play the ukulele, the world would be a better place to live."

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    And welcome from the not so beautiful West Midlands, though we do have our beauty spots! Happy strummings to you in your gorgeous corner of the world!
    Favourite uke - DJ Morgan long neck soprano
    Favourite banjo uke - vintage Gibson UB2


    My blog lifesaukafrolic.blogspot.co.uk

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    Welcome!

    Yes, the Lake District is most definitely a beautiful part of your country - I have spent many summers there.
    Klos Tenor (carbon fibre)
    Mya Moe Tenor (myrtle)
    Kamaka Tenor (koa)
    Lone Tree Tenor (driftwood red cedar, black cherry, western maple)

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