"I used broom wire for frets on my Dulcimer, drilled holes, no glue...drilled the holes just a little short so I had to tap them in. Bent the wire with side cutters, cut it off on an angle so it was sharp, and left one side a bit longer than the…"
"Speaking of Florida,, Sam did you know in St Augustine (Where the large Memorial Cross stands) is the only place along the entire US Coast line that is not owned by the US Government.. The Port of St Augustine is owned by the Roman…"
"Sam is very right Hal, you are why I find red necks offensive.. For you information, I served in the US Navy during the Vietnam war, with honors, I also served in DEA and ATF all with honors the list goes on .. I am an…"
"I pity you Hal,, Jesus said love one another as I have loved you,, oops sorry that does not apply to people with sheepole mentality.
I am retired now,, and have had the people of your mentality. Have you ever considered…"
"No it was just pre-drilled holes they were just slightingly smaller than the wire diameter ,,
the fret board is 3.5 mm and the holes were drilled between 2 & 3mm along the fret location.
My memory is not what it was bet it seems that…"
My daughter met her husband in Amsterdam and also used to live there. My Great Grandparents immigrated from Holland. They had a dairy with a pub on top of the barn. Their last name was Stam. I love having friends like you and Shelly over there! I've never been there, but it always feels like it should be home to me. I love the sea, boats and raw shrimp. May be genetic or just down right strange?
Damn, your smart. I should have waited till i passed the learning Dutch age to move here. Ah, there you are in a foto...nice!
My regular email address is:
shelleyrickey at gmail dot com. If you send me yours i'll put you on our mailing list. We host a really fun Ukulele Jamboree in Rotterdam. Maybe you'd like to come sometime!
Bye Allen, have a lovely sunday.
Hey Big Guy:
This is much more than what i expected to run into. What a squirell :)))))))))) . Hey thanks for the invit. Maybe i wil find the answers that come to mind when conteplating the hardware of the cbg .
Welcome aboard, Allan! You will find lots of helpful folks and information here on all things CBG (CBU, CBB, etc.) Feel free to poke around, ask questions, and post your stuff (photos, recordings, videos, etc.).