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    Default Summertime instrumental on my first tenor

    Just aquired a Kala KA-TEME laminate.Very easy to play.with a bright tone.Might put a low G on it

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    Thanks for sharing!

    My most played uke is a KA-SEM the soprano version of your uke minus the electronics. Mine is a honey color as yours, they are very pretty to look at and sound quite good. About a month ago I finally put on a low G string and its amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inksplosive AL View Post
    Thanks for sharing!

    My most played uke is a KA-SEM the soprano version of your uke minus the electronics. Mine is a honey color as yours, they are very pretty to look at and sound quite good. About a month ago I finally put on a low G string and its amazing.
    thanks for your comment i think a low G should give it more bass

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    Nice job! I love this song.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanat20 View Post
    thanks for your comment i think a low G should give it more bass
    Stan,
    I have been going through the Glen Rose Jazzy Ukulele program. He suggests putting a low g on. I was reluctant at first, but finally did. It does make quite a difference in the overall tone of the song and gives a few lower notes for the chord melody style you(and I) are playing.
    Great rendition of a great song.

    Matt
    Mitchell Soprano,
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    ...where the heck do they keep coming from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ash13brook View Post
    Stan,
    I have been going through the Glen Rose Jazzy Ukulele program. He suggests putting a low g on. I was reluctant at first, but finally did. It does make quite a difference in the overall tone of the song and gives a few lower notes for the chord melody style you(and I) are playing.
    Great rendition of a great song.

    Matt
    Thanks for your suggestion and your absolutely correct.My ashbury concert has a low G and I love it.I recently purchased 'duets for one' by James Hill which calls for a high G as soon as I've finished studying his arrangements I'm purchasing a low G.Thanks for your comment and thanks for watching

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    Quote Originally Posted by stanat20 View Post
    Thanks for your suggestion and your absolutely correct.My ashbury concert has a low G and I love it.I recently purchased 'duets for one' by James Hill which calls for a high G as soon as I've finished studying his arrangements I'm purchasing a low G.Thanks for your comment and thanks for watching
    Very nice! James Hill's "Duets for One" is a great book. I've been working on "Georgia on My Mind" and am starting on "Summertime."
    Margaret, long-time classical guitarist gone uke crazy
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