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    Re: Are tenor guitars slightly evil?

    I love my ukuleles...I really do...but, it's my tenor guitars that usually start my mornings
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    Royall offers some steel or wood resonator tenor guitars with a 25" scale that could be down tuned. I was tempted to get one and try some medium gauge strings down at A,D,F#,B
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    Re: Gold Tone TG-18

    Gold Tone is at my friends house. He really likes it. The Pono is hanging on my wall and I'm happy with the trade...the weird thing about the TG-18 was...there is a fret board dot on the 10th fret,...
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    Re: Gold Tone TG-18

    thanks...I really like it now...played it outside with a group today alongside a friend with a Pono BN-30D who liked the Gold Tone so much, we traded. not my idea but I couldn't turn it down. now I...
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    Gold Tone TG-18

    just got one of these so I didn't have to play my solid wood tenor outside, as we adapt to Covid.
    These are big tenor guitars. mine came in an OO or OOO size case and filled it up.
    Laminate back...
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    Re: another Republic Highway 49 coming

    my hwy 49 tenor has an aged polished nickel finish that is really nice. my bright nickel one was too bright and shiny. the neck is a plain wood with a nice dark brown finish and is very...
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    Re: another Republic Highway 49 coming

    thanks, good to know..I'll watch out for that. I think I will buy a biscuit bridge blank for that possibility too. I remain very happy with it, so far.
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    Re: another Republic Highway 49 coming

    Republic got here today. I like the aged nickel finish. It's a little louder than the Royall, using the same strings. I changed out the undersized tuners. I am playing with a glass slide on my...
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    another Republic Highway 49 coming

    couldn't adjust to the Royall pear shape so I sold it. I had no complaints about it's performance or quality.
    I sold a Republic a few years ago and have been kicking myself ever since, so I ordered...
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    Re: 8 string tenor guitar Pono MND30

    the 23" scale frets like butter. I imagine the 21" would be soft as well with the right string set. I use silk n steel wounds for the D and G along with thomastik Infeld .016, .024 and .025 wound...
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    Re: 8 string tenor guitar Pono MND30

    that's the small bodied, 21" scale model. the 23" scale with guitar body is what have. I think the longer scale would give more string options. I'm dDgGBBEE on mine with silk and steel wounds and...
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    8 string tenor guitar Pono MND30

    the Pono MND-30 makes a great 8 string tenor guitar. Sold as a guitar bodied octave mandolin, it's 23" scale is perfect. It is loud and "jangley"...1 3/8 nut and radiused fret board all make it...
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    Re: Royall Tenor Resonator

    well, I didn't really know what to expect but it's here and I am very pleased...even the gig bag is good.
    the reso.has a great brassy sound. It is very similar to the Republic Hwy. 49...same...
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    Re: Royall Tenor Resonator

    I bought on of these...gets here in a few days. I will restring and tune DGBE and offer my opinions. Hard case is going to be difficult to get, I think. I have ordered some tuning pegs cause, I'm...
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    Re: New Pono Octave Mandolin

    I have the rosewood 23". love it! I had Taylor Mullins from Chattanooga make an OM shaped pick guard for it...protect it from my fingernails.
    loud...easy to play.
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    Re: Pono GOM, preferred wood combo?

    I have a Pono MND-30...rosewood and spruce and 23" scale. I once owned a Gold tone 800+. the difference in volume and tone are huge. I sold a Webber bouzouki with a 4" deep body to buy the Pono...
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    Re: Recording King ROST-7-TS - part 1

    We could be looking at 2 different issues. The last thing mine would need is lowering of the saddle.
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    Re: Recording King ROST-7-TS - part 1

    after the mentioned cranks on the truss rod, the overnight hang on a hook seemed to do the trick for me...new strings and a set of pins. if you ever change out the tuners, you will find the...
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    Re: Recording King ROST-7-TS - part 1

    if anyone is interested...the Lowden guitar Greven tortise pick guard that Guitar Gallery has in stock fits perfectly189876
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    Re: Recording King ROST-7-TS - part 1

    had mine for 4 days now. I adjusted the truss rod and hung the guitar on a hook overnight. the fret board flattened out at the 14th fret. it took a huge (more than I've ever done before)...
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    Re: 3 old tenors

    vintage 0-18t's are nice but do not sound any better than mine. I get to compare them almost daily and I don't have to deal with the cracks and resets.
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    Re: 3 old tenors

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    - Refrain from using the forum as a market place, ie., a resource for selling, purchasing or trading. Please limit selling, buying and trading...
  23. Re: Blemished Golden Gate Tenor Hard Case on Amazon Warehouse $62

    not there anymore...thanks Huck. I don't have anything to put in it right now but too good a deal to pass up
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    Re: Nylon strings on Blueridge BR40T?

    thank you for your kind offer. I am so happy with my set-up, I doubt I'll ever change. You are dead right about the durability of the T-I strings. I have many extra singles but I have only changed...
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    Re: Nylon strings on Blueridge BR40T?

    totally agree about the Thomastik-Infeld...never tried the other.
    If a flat pick, jigs and reels are what you play, this thread makes less sense but for a ukulele player, they really work. Also,...
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