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Make a Gig Bag for a Guitar Bass Ukulele Banjo
Hey Rasmis,Did you try this method on the outside? I'm also looking to spray the outside of some sliding doors, inside isn't going to be suitable as it is the shower...
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Make a Baritone Ukulele from a $10 Toy Guitar
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Need a Baritone Ukulele? Restring a Guitar!
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"If you are old enough to remember using a slide projector, you put the slides in upside-down and back-to-front for them to be projected right side up and front-to-front." Not in my Kodak Carousel. You put them in upside-down, yes, but you don't reverse them front-for-back. When the slide is in the projector, the back of the slide faces the screen and the front of the slide (normally the slide with the Kodak or whatever logo on it) faces the lamp.
I think the problem may be that your led screen is larger than what your lens was designed for. If your lens is from a slide projector, your screen looks much bigger. A lens from an overhead projector might work, or you could experiment with just about any projector or camera lenses. Cheers
I agree, normal scale guitar strings tuned to the same pitch on a Baritone uke will be much slacker because of the shorter scale. Also the uke necks aren't reinforced so they wouldn't handle high tension strings for very long without warping. I've used nylon acoustic guitar strings on baritone ukes with success. If they are too slack, use the next larger string (you'll have 2 extra). Just remember that if you are tuning to the same pitch on a longer scale, the tension will be higher. Cheers
Sweet! You might find that sounds better than a newer baritone uke...
I recently scored a really old 'parlor' guitar off C/L for $10. Price was listed at $15.; but after we danced around for a day and a half missing one another's calls, we finally met and the guy said $10. would make up for the grief we both had endured. Turns out, he's a really nice guy and promised to keep my # and call when finds a real bari uke. Apparently he buys and sells stringed instruments frequently. For now, I'm just happy to have found this and am in the process of changing it to four string. It's 30" OA with a 19" scale length and 18 frets...Perfect!!
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