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Re: Photo hosting (reply)
bertram wrote:Thanks BK, I know that Sal and a few others use Imgur.  Learning the buttons to make it work is the strain.  I have always used Photoshop to size my photos before posting, no problem there.  Now, just need to get in the...
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BluesKing777

07/25/17 12:07 AM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
Thanks BK, I know that Sal and a few others use Imgur.  Learning the buttons to make it work is the strain.  I have always used Photoshop to size my photos before posting, no problem there.  Now, just need to get in the right mood to...
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bertram

07/24/17 11:56 PM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
What I see is people gravitating to imgur.com and flickr.com. I've tried both, but not enough to get a feel for all the nuances. I started my own site just to be in total control for the foreseeable future. Regardless of what you use,...
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Buck

07/24/17 11:34 PM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
I opened an Imgur account when Photobucket went silly recently. Seems to be really good, easy, no ads, not sure of the catch yet - mybe have to alter the sizes of my photos more before posting - here is a little test in UMGF which...
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BluesKing777

07/24/17 10:48 PM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
This thread made me curious.  I just checked and have no problem accessing my Yuku picture folder.  I started using it after the Photobucket fiasco and for now it works for me but I don't post pictures a lot here.  FYI.
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MPkrNth

07/24/17 9:17 PM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
+1 John, no other forum I belong to or visit has these yuku issues.I haven't been able to access my 'images' folder for several weeks.  I'm sure Tapatoe is going to be fine as a message board but I wish to have other options for visuals....
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bertram

07/24/17 7:59 PM
Re: Republic, metal body resonator guitars (reply)
jscio wrote:Mike, have you seen their reso-ukes or their high gloss, parlor style Miniolian? Wowzers!Saw some at NAMM awhile back. RK had that uke and a mandolin in that copper finish for awhile. Ordered up some for customers but ne'er...
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MikeHalloran

07/24/17 7:52 PM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
Over 15 years I accumulated about 50 photos in Yuku images, including my avatar -- then about 2 months ago suddenly most of them simply disappeared from their folders. After waiting a few days to see if they'd reappear I had to reupload...
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JohnH VA

07/24/17 6:04 PM
Re: Republic, metal body resonator guitars (reply)
Mike, have you seen their reso-ukes or their high gloss, parlor style Miniolian? Wowzers!
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jscio

07/24/17 4:40 PM
Re: Republic, metal body resonator guitars (reply)
MikeHalloran wrote:Love that copper finish and was chagrined when Recording King dropped it—shiny nickel and skinny necks only nowadays. So many cool guitars nowadays... nice to see that someone has what you are looking for.Yeah. Like...
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jscio

07/24/17 4:37 PM
Re: Slides for a metal bodied resonator. (reply)
+1 JimThin/med glass slides are best for hardbody elecs, too little volume for reso.  If unplugged, thick is the way to go imo.  My main reso slide is a porcelain Clayton Pork Knuckle... had to do (pinky) weight lifting exercises when I...
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bertram

07/24/17 2:41 PM
Re: Slides for a metal bodied resonator. (reply)
Thanks, Jim! I'll follow up with him. (Will also check the link you provided.) John
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jscio

07/24/17 2:07 PM
Re: Is this symbolic of the state of the vintage guitar market? (reply)
I think that Stan Jay was Mandolin Brothers. So I wouldn't infer much about the state of the Vintage Guitar market based on the fact that Mandolin Brothers is no more. There are a number of other factors, most of which are discussed...
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MrSoul

07/24/17 4:44 AM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
Bert, feel free to PM me if you need more help. Also check out threads on Tapatalk and photo hosting in the Forum Guidelines and Feedback section. Some of those threads would probably be useful.
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Buck

07/24/17 4:21 AM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
Thanks Todd for the good info.  I have i-nothing, sounds like the old Ben E King tune 'I Who Have Nothing'.   Tappatalk what.  Think maybe I'll try 'Imgur' going forward.thanks again, bert
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bertram

07/24/17 3:41 AM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
There are several threads on this topic in Forum Guidelines, as well as an update in the FAQ. You can upload photos directly from the Tapatalk App, but the photos have to be on your mobile device. Once we've migrated to the new...
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Buck

07/24/17 1:21 AM
Re: Slides for a metal bodied resonator. (reply)
I don't own a Diamond, but I know two folks who do. One of them, without a doubt, is the best glass slide I've ever seen. The other one is a great slide, but doesn't quite match the player's style. One big difference between the two is...
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ShortScaleJim

07/23/17 8:56 PM
Re: Photo hosting (reply)
HD28 Player wrote:it is hard to accept, the ease of posting photos on FB, from your computer files, yet "hosting" is still required for UMGF. bummer. Aaaahh-yup to that!
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JayBee1404

07/23/17 6:38 PM
Re: Slides for a metal bodied resonator. (reply)
Howsabout other sources/suggestions.
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jscio

07/23/17 6:37 PM
Slides for a metal bodied resonator. (topic)
Anyone have recommendations for slide sources/suppliers/makers?I have a Republic single cone inbound and would like to get a glass slide or two. Whilst rooting around for gear truffles on the Inter-Google I found this...
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jscio

07/23/17 3:57 PM
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