Category Archives: Banjo

  1. DIY Banjo Uke

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    April 21, 2011 by Tim

    Some people know that I am a DIY kind of guy (Hey, that rhymes!) and because of that passion I frequent a …
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  2. Gold Tone Banjolele Full Review

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    April 21, 2011 by Tim

    I want to share a little story about Gold Tone that endears them to me so much and illustrates how …
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  3. Mainland Concert Banjo Ukulele Full Review

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    April 20, 2011 by Tim

    I am not sure what stories you may have heard about the journey that Mike took to bring this uke …
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  4. My Little Banjo Uke

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    April 19, 2011 by Tim

    Just wanted to make sure that this did not get left out of banjo uke week. I purchased a little …
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  5. Eddy Finn v. Lanikai 6″ Banjo Ukulele Full Review

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    April 19, 2011 by Tim

    For the first review of Banjo Uke Week we have a double header. The Eddy Finn EF-UB-1 versus the Lanikai …
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  6. Banjo Ukulele Week Kick-off

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    April 17, 2011 by Tim

    Welcome to Banjo Uke week!!! Doing it a little different for this post, it is all video. Intro Anatomy of …
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  7. Banjo Ukulele Head Replacement

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    October 22, 2010 by Tim

    When I purchased my vantage banjo uke, I knew I was taking a chance that it would be a wall hanger. The head was torn and I had never replaced a banjo head or tried anything like that before, but I figured what the hell, how hard could it be? It is not hard to do once you know how, but finding out how ro replace a head of an in-line banjo ukulele compared to a regular banjo head with the outside brackets proved to be impossible. That is why I wrote this. So that someone else who is looking for how to do this may find something on it.

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