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Thread: Carulli - Andanino Op. 241, No. 20 (Oceana Concert)

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    Default Carulli - Andanino Op. 241, No. 20 (Oceana Concert)

    I saw a piece on FB group-Ukulele Solo, about UK based musician Paul Mansell. I then checked out his website and books. A very talented musician. I got his Classical Uke book and this is one of the arrangements.

    Played on a Oceana Concert Ukulele. Myrtle top, Walnut Back and sides. Scalloped pistachio fretboard. Stringed with Fremont black line re-entrant set.

    Hope you like it.

    Last edited by Lapyang; 12-26-2020 at 05:25 AM.
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    Very nice Joseph, well done! Cool uke too.
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    Very nice, Joseph! One question...I have Paul Mansell's "Classical Uke" book but I don't see an arrangement by that name. Am I missing something?
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    Very nice, Joseph! Love the uke!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    Very nice Joseph, well done! Cool uke too.
    Thank you, John. It is pretty, but very finicky about strings. I changed set 5 times to tame the bark.
    Last edited by Lapyang; 12-27-2020 at 04:13 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snargle View Post
    Very nice, Joseph! One question...I have Paul Mansell's "Classical Uke" book but I don't see an arrangement by that name. Am I missing something?
    Thank you, Snargle. In the book, it is simply Andantino No.2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keonepax View Post
    Very nice, Joseph! Love the uke!
    Thank you, John. The scalloped fretboard feels very different from regular fret board. Very smooth with sliding.
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    Nicely executed intonation.

    Well played, Joseph!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lapyang View Post
    Thank you, Snargle. In the book, it is simply Andantino No.2.
    Thank you!
    Larry

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    Wow, what a nice looking uke! Good job on the piece, too.

    Fill us in, please, what are the advantages/disadvantages of a scalloped fret board?
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