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  1. #1
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    Mar 2010
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    Default Sound sample, Vs.

    Here is another sound sample between the Aphid and the Tangi mini. It does seem I need to adjust the action better on the Aphid though.

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    Dec 2010
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    Interesting, tony.

    Now, here's a question: Your daughter's fingers are a lot smaller... What not have her do a sound sample on the Aphid? I'm thinking that you're just pressing too hard o the strings, and the frets are so narrow that your finger tips are hitting multiple frets at a time.

    Yes, it will still have that plinky sound, but we expect an instrument that small to be plinky.

    What so you think - are the two of you up for it?

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