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Thread: Hello from Connecticut!

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    Default Hello from Connecticut!

    Hi everyone! I've been to UU forums several times for some quick troubleshooting or reviews in the past, but I decided it's time to join the community!

    I've been playing uke for about five years now, and it's definitely taken over my life now. I started with a cute little Kohala soprano, before quickly upgrading to a Cordoba concert. My Cordoba is my absolute child--she's been my best friend for years. Just yesterday I bought a Kala Ebony Tenor, so we'll see on Friday how she fits with the rest of the family!

    Can't wait to meet you all!

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    Welcome from another resident of the Nutmeg state!

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    Welcome to the forums, UkuKim!!

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    Welcome - glad you are here.
    - Laura

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    Welcome to UU.

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    Welcome. What part of CT are you in?

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    Milford CT, by the coast

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    Welcome!!!!

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    Welcome, Kim. One of my older sister's best college friends was from Manchester, Connecticut (this was in the early seventies)!
    Seems like a pretty cool state!

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    Welcome, Kim, from Guilford, just up the shoreline a bit.
    I've been told that the secret to playing the ukulele is to continue to play the ukulele even after you have been asked to stop.

    www.ArtoftheCell.com
    My Ukulele Videos:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2Y...Io4q2PUVFeFoVQ

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