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    Default Hello fm Eastern Oregon

    Hi,
    I am Ronda From Eastern Oregon. I just recently purchased a 1920's Avalon Banjo ukulele. It's been a challenge keeping it in tune. That's how I found this site. Looking forward to learning to play my banjo ukulele. I do have a concert ukulele. The banjo ukulele looks like a lot of fun.
    Stay safe,
    Ronda

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    Welcome Ronda!

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    Welcome to the Forum!
    Black Bear Sopranino Spruce/Koa~ Living Water
    Ohana TPK-70 G Pineapple Sopranino~ Martin
    Blue Frog Sopranino Maple/Spruce~ Worth Clear
    Ohana Soprano SK-38 Mahogany~ Martin

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    Hello Ronda!

    Welcome to UU. I hope you'll enjoy playing your banjo uke.
    You'll have to excuse me but I'm afraid I don't see the appeal of the hybrid. I'm not well acquainted with genres or individual songs that ask for a banjo sound.

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    Ronda, Welcome from the other side of the state. When all of this craziness is over you should keep an eye out for uke festivals in the NW.

    Bill

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    Hi Ronda,

    Another welcome from the other side of the state!

    I’m curious about your “Harp Gal” name. Is it because you play a harp (the kind with strings), or a harmonica?

    Jan
    KoAloha KCM-00
    KoAloha Opio KCO-10
    Thormahlen Yew-kulele
    Kala KA-SLNG
    Flight TUS35

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    Will Do. It will be fun and exciting to play with other uke players.

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    Harmonica. I mess around with the diatonic. It's easy to carry while camping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harp Gal View Post
    Harmonica. I mess around with the diatonic. It's easy to carry while camping.
    Same here. Nothing like camping with a harmonica. I usually do hammock camping, but sometimes tent - in that case, a guitar goes as well. BTW, I'm also from the other side of the state.

    Welcome!

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    Hi, Ronda!
    "So many ukes, so little money..."

    Kanile'a KSR-T premium koa tenor
    Rebel Double Cheese spruce/mahogany tenor, my BFF.
    Kala KA-ASFM-T-C flame maple tenor
    Pono MT-SP tenor
    Cocobolo concert #467
    Pono ASD acacia soprano deluxe
    Pono MGS mango soprano

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