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Intonation

Started this discussion. Last reply by LJ Sep 23, 2012. 3 Replies

Looking for feedback.I have been using the usual bolt for a nut on standard and baritone ukes. I found the first couple of notes were out - meaning, when the instrument is tuned up, the first couple…Continue

 

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At 12:29pm on August 15, 2014, ™ǝɹnsodxɯɐɔ said…

you mention of biscuit tin- cutting holes- use a hole saw on a drill or drill and jigsaw- or if you're lucky enough use a inch drill bit or even better a hole punch.

whatever method you use you'll want to make way for the obscure shape of the piece and the give and force applied to not also ruin the material - CAM

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Biscuit tin

Posted on August 15, 2014 at 5:28am 1 Comment

Hi. I want to make a banjo CGG thing from a biscuit tin. I thought I could put 1 inch size holes around the side of the tin. Any ideas on how I could drill or cut them into the tin?

 
 
 

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