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    Well, I could not just rest on my Jake Shimabukuro interview - I had to keep doing more for the blog, so while this is no Q and A with Jake, I have posted a rather useful guide to building a Savarez set as well as some video links to Ken Middleton's wonderful Aquila v. Worth comparo. Since the Savaarez sound so much to me like Worths, I think it shows the difference between the two type of stings quite well, indeed. As always, find it at http://lambchopukulele.blogspot.com/. Thanks, Mike
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    You should also have a reference to Curt Sheller's website about strings. Scroll down to the sub topic "Using Classical Guitar String Set on Ukulele".

    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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    Yes, the actual link is http://www.curtsheller.com/ukulele/strings/index.php (just putting it here so I can find it to add to the blog). Thanks, that will be helpful! His site is so great! Mike
    Lampchop
    Playing Kamaka HF-3 Tenor with LR Baggs Five.0, modified Cordoba signed by Jake, a Lanikai S-TEQ and a Kohala Tenor
    www.mikekasselmusic.com
    see my blog at http://lambchopukulele.blogspot.com
    Youtube song of the month: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXqQjScntHM

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    Nice blog, Mike, and congratulations on crossing the 1000 view mark with "Middle Aged Guy with a Ukulele"!

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