Should I use a pick with my ukulele? – Learn Ukulele Online Beginner Drawing Class
The UK standard for picking is the ‘Wendell’ model. It is made of metal and includes a large leather case, a large rubber finger-pad and a rubber pick guard. The British standard uses the ‘U’ shaped pickguard and a small rubber ring on the pick. Both styles will work with any U shape picks (the rubber ring is the one that slides over the pick shaft to seal the pick). Other brands of picks can be obtained. The ‘wishbone’ style pick with the larger rubber ring will work fine with a wickless ukulele. The only disadvantage of the latter is that it may require some practice to pick correctly.
How do I adjust my UK standard pick-up?
Please keep in mind that the pick is adjustable in size. It is recommended that you adjust the thickness of the pickguard before using, otherwise when adjusting the size, it will require adjusting again when you play.
The following is a guest post by J.D. Whitehurst:
Over the last few years, the federal government has begun to use “national security letters” (NSLs) to investigate the privacy practices of Internet service providers. On April 28, 2011, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) proposed a rule to change the legal definition of a NSL under the USA PATRIOT Act. This rule is expected to take effect by December 23, 2011. Under the proposed rule, a NSL can be used to obtain personal information or personal financial data unless an owner of an electronic communication service (e-mail, telephone, Internet, or even cell phone or cable) or of the device being used has explicitly chosen to allow government access. The proposed rule is silent on whether NSLs should also be allowed to collect “any other electronically stored information, including, but not limited to, metadata.”
Under the proposed rule, an NSL would require all communications made to or from someone under the NSL to be “excluded” from the records because it is considered as being “relevant” to a national security investigation. This rule has raised the question of how much information would be permitted to be collected and stored by a NSL requesting electronic communication service providers.
On June 22, 2009, Congressman Mark Finchem (D-CO) introduced the USA Freedom Act that would require a court to have jurisdiction over the collection and distribution of all NSLs issued by executive branch agencies. As part of the bill
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