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    Happy Thanksgiving,
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    Sean is cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year. I am sequestering myself in my room for the time being for the sake of marital harmony. I am tempted to point out where stuff is as he’s hunting for it, which I do not think would be appreciated.


    Bonus: It gives me time to poho.
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    I almost had pie for breakfast. We have a lot of it.
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    Pie and coffee is an excellent breakfast IMO.
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    I find the grooves in the forearm are related to pressure - try relaxing a bit.
    I find you don't need to hold your fretting hand nor your forearm as tight as you think. Plus the sound will.project more if you ease up on the soundboard.
    Don't relax too much without a strap though!


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    That being said I have played some ukuleles with fancy arm bevels and I really like those.
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    I ended up making myself a spicy Korean rice cake dish instead.
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    Nanilei and I are sitting in bed watching the parade on TV.
    I made breakfast, Portuguese sausage, eggs, and rice.
    Nanilei just needs to make her stuffing and crisp the struesel topping on her sweet potato casserole.
    I made pumpkin pie last night.
    Then we are heading up to BIL's place on the North Shore.
    Work tomorrow, but will likely be a mellow day and no traffic, so not too bad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryS View Post
    You've heard of tennis elbow. I get ukulele arm...

    https://www.instagram.com/p/B5ahG49j...d=vsk9t10z7ij2
    Looks like you’ve been getting a lot of playing in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pueo View Post
    I find the grooves in the forearm are related to pressure - try relaxing a bit.
    I find you don't need to hold your fretting hand nor your forearm as tight as you think. Plus the sound will.project more if you ease up on the soundboard.
    Don't relax too much without a strap though!


    Happy Thanksgiving!
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    Personally I prefer straps, then no issues with holding it up and worrying about applying too much or too little pressure.
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