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    Hello all

    I am Matthieu from France, and very happy to become a member of UU,

    I am already member of the french ukulele forum, and also a non professional ukulele maker
    https://caravelle-kitchen.com

    i play, on concert koa koaloha, soprano vintage martin, a tenor u200 anuenue, and a pablo richter ronroco.

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    Welcome to UU Matthieu! And bienvenue de Lyon.
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    Welcome Matthieu!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caravelle View Post
    Hello all

    I am Matthieu from France, and very happy to become a member of UU,

    I am already member of the french ukulele forum, and also a non professional ukulele maker
    https://caravelle-kitchen.com.
    Hello Matthieu - I joined the forums today too. Your website looks great. Can you answer a silly question for me please? I have a low G string and it buzzes. What should I do? Do I need to take it to a Luthier?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by caravelle View Post
    Hello all, I am Matthieu from France, and very happy to become a member of UU, I am already member of the french ukulele forum, and also a non professional ukulele maker. I play, on concert koa koaloha, soprano vintage martin, a tenor u200 anuenue, and a pablo richter ronroco.
    https://caravelle-kitchen.com
    Welcome Matthieu/caravelle, you fit right here. You might also look at our Ukulele Builder Luthier lounge forum.

    Quote Originally Posted by LilyLouche View Post
    Hello Matthieu - I joined the forums today too. Your website looks great. Can you answer a silly question for me please? I have a low G string and it buzzes. What should I do? Do I need to take it to a Luthier? Thank you
    Welcome as well Lily. You might need a new nut made, yes, a luthier would do that.


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    Welcome to UU
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    thank you all.

    i agree lilylouche, you should change the string, or the nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caravelle View Post
    thank you all.

    i agree lilylouche, you should change the string, or the nut.
    Thank you for the technical advice. I will find a luthier.

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