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making your own banjo ukulele from a neck taken from a kit and a cheap tambourine.Please excuse any mispelling or mistake, I'm french and was taught english a ...
- a ukulele neck and fretboard taken from a cheap soprano ukulele kit ($20 here in France). I bought mine here : http://www.thomann.de/fr/hosco_ukulele_kit.htm. Kit includes pegs and nuts. ...
To play in tune, the most important thing is that the 12th fret must be placed exactly at the middle of the string length. If you attach the ...
This is how the neck is attached to the tambourine.I drilled the heel and the hardwood and put two gudgeons to prevent the neck from rotating around the ...
See the kit's instructions on how to glue the fretboard.This is how I did.Finish the neck with sandpaper to get a smooth feeling.
I cut the bridge in a piece of hardwood cleat.The guitar saddle is cut to length and its side glued on the bridge.On this peculiar prototype, the bridge ...
... depends on what you are using to attach the strings.Attach the strings with small knots.
I used varnish but oil is good for finishing ukulele necks.pegs are mounted in the headstock and nut is put at the end of the fretboard. Don't glue ...
Advice : apply as much tension as you can to the tambourine skin !!! Heavy skin tension really improves projection.Use an electronic tuner to place the bridge correctly ...
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