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    Thought I would post a picture comparing the LfdM baritone to other instruments. You can see the Mya Moe baritone body is actually longer at 14" than the LfdM at 13-1/2". But the LfdM is 12" wide and the Mya Moe is 10". These are bracketed by a Blueridge tenor guitar and a Farallon tenor ukulele.

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    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownUpDave View Post
    Thought I would post a picture comparing the LfdM baritone to other instruments. You can see the Mya Moe baritone body is actually longer at 14" than the LfdM at 13-1/2". But the LfdM is 12" wide and the Mya Moe is 10". These are bracketed by a Blueridge tenor guitar and a Farallon tenor ukulele.

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    Nice picture, Dave. Great bunch of instruments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osprey View Post
    Nice picture, Dave. Great bunch of instruments.
    I agree. That's a great spectrum from larger to smaller.
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    Absolutely stunning instrument, Dave. I know they are different instruments but it would be interesting to compare your new prize with the UL series Pono, at least in terms of dimensions. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bariukish View Post
    Absolutely stunning instrument, Dave. I know they are different instruments but it would be interesting to compare your new prize with the UL series Pono, at least in terms of dimensions. Thanks for sharing.
    I have lent the UL4-20 to a friend. I will get it back next week and do a comparison picture for you.
    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownUpDave View Post
    I have lent the UL4-20 to a friend. I will get it back next week and do a comparison picture for you.
    You didn’t leant it to me.
    All I want is your Kala. Ha ha
    Brenda

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post
    You didn’t leant it to me.
    All I want is your Kala. Ha ha
    Brenda is ALIVE!

    Thank goodness!

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    Yeah, it’s been a busy summer. Which strings are you using for that scale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alytw View Post
    Yeah, it’s been a busy summer. Which strings are you using for that scale?
    I have been experimenting with classical guitar strings. Right now I have D'Addario NYL035W & NYL030W on the D&G positions and Dogal Diamente extra soft on the E&A positions. I will move to soft then normal tensions and see which I like. I had Oasis GPX carbon classical guitar strings on initially but they were a bit too bright. You read that right.....too bright, great problem to have with a baritone most are too muddy and you can't do much about that. The Dogals have added some warmth and as I go up in diameter they will become warmer.
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    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osprey View Post
    Nice picture, Dave. Great bunch of instruments.
    Thanks Cliff, I like them all. It sounds like you are really enjoying the baritone size. I know your all solid mahogany Kala has a great tone, Brenda owns one and I have enjoyed playing it.
    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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