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Thread: My $60 Kamaka White Label Concert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffelele View Post
    Took a bunch of pics. Posted a cry for help on getting them from iPad to this thread. Soon as I get it set up I’ll post them.

    Thanks for your kind interest.
    One issue to note, that might (and I stress might) be at play here: Apple, in their infinite wisdom, have implemented a new image format in newer iPhones and iPads. It is the HEIF (High Efficiency Image Format.) I'm told that there are tangible benefits to the file type, but many systems don't "speak" HEIF. Apple devices are supposed to translate them back to a standard format, such as jpg or png, when sharing them, but I know that this doesn't always happen.

    I am currently teaching online, due to COVID-19 shutting down in-person classes, and some of my students attempted to upload images of their assignments. If they took the pictures with newer iPhones, the system my university uses had no idea what to do with those files.

    If you can't get the forum here to accept your files, the issue may be that your Apple device is trying to send it HEIF files.
    Mainly a concert player.

    Beansprout alto (myrtle) | Martin Konter | Kala Elite Soprano
    KoAloha Silver concert | Blackbird Clara | Kamaka HF-2A | KoAloha Opio KCO-10 (acacia) | KoAloha Opio KCO-10S (spruce top)
    Anuenue UC200 Moonbird Concert | UkeSA Pineapple Sunday concert (acacia) | Pop's Pineapple Sunday (koa)

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    Pic 3 is where it was stepped on. The two curving cracks didnít sit flush.
    I had to carefully scrap out the old glue and apply pressure to get them level. It was a frightening experience.

    Pic 5 shows how low the saddle needed to go.
    Last edited by Jeffelele; 04-28-2020 at 11:14 PM.

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    Pic 2 shows it wasn’t perfect to begin. Maybe if it was “perfectl” they would have taken better care of it and it wouldn’t be mine now!
    Last edited by Jeffelele; 04-28-2020 at 11:24 PM.

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