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    CB Bariton Uke

    Still attempting to build 'em...this one is a first{ukulele, that is} , 20" scale, tuned D,G,B,E, fret markers were done with solder, had a little blow-out on the 12th fret, was supposed to be a diamond shape, squared off the opposing side and it reminded me somewhat of a Harley emblem, so that's the reasoning behind the headstock deco...
    2 more on the front burner currently, one a 6 string{another first} and a standard 3 string, photos upon completion...fun fun fun
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    Improved vocals...>>>>> Sound clip
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    thats some great notes ken,, and you need to take the tape of the speaker so we can hear the words better
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    Cool Ken, what was that you had in your mouth a kazoo?
    cheers

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    I've save all of my vocal tracks...here's one that I did that sounds great to me... Click image for larger version. 

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    This was cool! Baritone uke ... tuned like the first 4 strings on a guitar, eh? I could prolly play that one!

    Nice work, Ken!
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    Very nice Ken. The voice is ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason Beam View Post
    This was cool! Baritone uke ... tuned like the first 4 strings on a guitar, eh? I could prolly play that one!

    Nice work, Ken!
    That's what I thought too ....Thanks guys!
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    Looks good, sounds good. And they are fun to build. Just wish I could play one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    thats some great notes ken,, and you need to take the tape of the speaker so we can hear the words better
    What he said! The tape is funny!

    But you need to do another song, uke style. You know, uke bouncy.

    How about doing this?



    sounds great though!
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    Looks Great Ken cant wait to see yer video. I down to dial-up speed until tomorrow
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