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    Quote Originally Posted by DPO View Post
    This is just so not needed. We get it, you don't like the guy, move on with your life.
    Moving on.. the life skill @counter is yet to encounter and absorb.. a uke player(?) filled with grudges.. eager to piss on other’s hard work spanning a lifetime... oh why! Oh why! Find a uke you like and learn a few songs.. May I recommend “let it go” from Frozen.. even kids get that one right..

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    It is interesting to see how some people get eaten up, by what is essentially trivia. Life's too short to drink bad wine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerneltime View Post
    Moving on.. the life skill @counter is yet to encounter and absorb.. a uke player(?) filled with grudges.. eager to piss on otherís hard work spanning a lifetime... oh why! Oh why! Find a uke you like and learn a few songs.. May I recommend ďlet it goĒ from Frozen.. even kids get that one right..
    I'm beginning to think you don't like me Ritesh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPO View Post
    It is interesting to see how some people get eaten up, by what is essentially trivia. Life's too short to drink bad wine.
    And yet here you are, drinking!
    Kamaka HF-3DC - Kanile'a Custom Tenor - KoAloha KTM-S00 - Pono MGTP5-PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counter View Post
    And yet here you are, drinking!
    OK, you had a problem with the time difference. My last piece of advice, let it go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DPO View Post
    OK, you had a problem with the time difference. My last piece of advice, let it go.
    Apologies, not drinking, just sniffing the cork.
    Kamaka HF-3DC - Kanile'a Custom Tenor - KoAloha KTM-S00 - Pono MGTP5-PC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counter View Post
    I'm beginning to think you don't like me Ritesh!
    I hardly know you.. I just donít like a few of your messages..

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerneltime View Post
    I hardly know you.. I just donít like a few of your messages..
    Ah ok, that's good then. Tell you what, for the sake of our blossoming friendship I will bow out of this thread and get on with my bank holiday weekend. I think the OP has probably gleaned everything they can now about recommended/not recommended luthiers and makers in Western Europe
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    I sent my deposit to Liam of Wunderkammer earlier this week. The first time I approached him was in 2018 when his ukes were £450 and his waiting list six months. They’ve now gone up to £600 and the waiting list is a year, so I decided to get my name down as quickly as possible. Serves me right for not jumping on it the first time!

    I’m very excited though, I’m fascinated by his build process. Also, he has a new old-school model out modelled after the Kumalae soprano that simply looks amazing. Christopher Davis-Shannon reviewed his in this video.

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