Tag Archives: banjo

  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Winter NAMM 2011 Big Report

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    January 17, 2011 by Tim

      Well, Winter NAMM 2011 is over and I am on my home (back to reality) so I figured I …
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  6. Family Photo 2011

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    January 1, 2011 by Tim

    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! And what a year! Just like last year I am posting all the ukes that are at …
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  7. Uke Leash Review

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    December 19, 2010 by Tim

    Every so often I am contacted by people to review their product. Not a bad gig really considering that most …
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  8. 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.

  9. Fleamarket Banjo Ukulele

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    August 15, 2010 by Tim

    My wife and I try to go to the Third Sunday Market a few times during the summer here in Bloomington IL. When I am there I am always on the look-out for ukuleles. Last year I found a 1920’s Richter with the big 10 flags on it. Plays great and I got it for $40, put very little into it to get it to play. This year I found one that was not in as good a shape but it was $30. What I know about it is that it is a bango ukulele, looks like maple body, but I have no clue who made it. I am hoping in time that I will and that it will be resurected and playable. I will update this as I know anything and as I “restore” it.

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