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    Default Noah Guitalele - REVIEW

    Strangely my first guitalele review on the site. A nice one too.

    http://www.gotaukulele.com/2017/06/n...le-review.html
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    I've played a number of guitarleles that I've come across over the years, and always found the flat fretboard to be a deal breaker. A flat ukulele fretboard is fine, but the extra width of the six strings just seems too uncomfortable. Anybody make a guitarlele with a radiused fretboard?

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    I too would prefer a radiused board, but then I guess these are no different from classical / Spanish guitars
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    My Kinnard Kiku
    isIMG_1477.jpg radius board
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    My Kinnard Kiku
    isIMG_1477.jpg radius board
    Looks wonderful. But then, at ~$4000, you can't really compare it with a $300 guitarlele!

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    Nope! Ha ha!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by besley View Post
    Looks wonderful. But then, at ~$4000, you can't really compare it with a $300 guitarlele!
    Oops , my apology. Didn't know you were referring to the lower price range! Sorry My bad!
    Last edited by SoloRule; 06-20-2017 at 09:59 AM.
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    How do you like your Kinnard? How do you have it tuned. I'd like to have a kiku in a non-linear tuning - but don't know if it would work on the Kinnard. i presume it would on the Lichty. Am saving up for something special - just have to find the right one. There seems to be no middle ground - just the less expensive ones and then the super expensive ones...

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    Nothing like talking about another brand entirely on a thread....
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    Baz - Thanks for another great review.

    I recall your Noah uke review and that you were pretty fond of that one too. So maybe Matt is getting better and expanding his product line since then.

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