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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete Howlett View Post
    Sound sample?
    Pete, I'll work on that when the strings settle in
    Every time someone comes up with a foolproof solution, along comes a more-talented fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beau Hannam Ukuleles View Post
    COngrats- now repeat
    YES! Next class starts in January. Now I'm dreaming about wood combinations
    Every time someone comes up with a foolproof solution, along comes a more-talented fool.

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    Very nice. A lovely instrument Pahu. You should be proud.... Oh as far as sound? Give it time to settle in. I was watching a video on the forum posted a few days ago about a master guitar builder (forget the name but a real craftsman) and one quote really struck me: "It takes a couple of weeks before the wood realizes that it isn't a tree anymore but is now a musical instrument." Or something like that. Give it a little time and then see what it sounds like.

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    Looks great!
    Perry Bullinger
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    Very nice. That's a tasty looking combo of woods

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    What a beautiful ukulele! I bet Ken had a lot of good things to say about it. By the end of next semester, you'll wish the class was repeatable. My second build is black acacia. Several people in your class used it and made some gorgeous instruments. Congratulations again.

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    Wow!!! Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dog View Post
    What a beautiful ukulele! I bet Ken had a lot of good things to say about it. By the end of next semester, you'll wish the class was repeatable. My second build is black acacia. Several people in your class used it and made some gorgeous instruments. Congratulations again.
    The only way to repeat is to get an "F" grade...hmmm, I wonder....
    Every time someone comes up with a foolproof solution, along comes a more-talented fool.

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    Thanks to all for your kind words-your encouragement is pushing me quickly towards #2

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    Superb job. So great. Looking forward to seeing #2
    How bad is your UAS?

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