My new G-String Tenor. I am really liking the bright sound.
My recent purchase of a Kanile'a Concert has taken all my attention! This is an amazing instrument, beautiful sound and quality.
I am loving my cedar top mango sided Pono tenor. It is the one that I recorded Stairway to Heaven on when I got it. The only one that Pono made too...sort of a "custom"...haha. It has great projection and rich sound.
A close second is the Koaloha super-concert.
Where are the other two strings?
im playing a custom tenor made by david aumann. soild curly koa and blackwood with custom head stock
now I play on my tenor Pono PKTE1
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I'm playing on my mahogany makala tenor =)
geeze, everyone has such nice ukuleles...
all i have right now is a uilani by pignose. Just a cheap ol' uke. one day i;ll get a good one. i hope. lol
Tomorrow I'll be playing an aqua colored Kala tenor, ya know, because the color effects the sound. Hopefully MGM put the strings on that I wanted - either high g Aquilas or low G IF he had that elusive unwound low G aquila. Nothing wound. :-)
As for me, I just strung my Harmony soprano with Low-G Aquilas I really like the sound.
I bought Guadalupe high G wound strings (EDIT: They're called "Fiber-core" ) and put them on my Martin S-0 soprano and I think they sound better than the Aquilas. They're featured on my "Hang on Little Tomato" video.
Last edited by UKISOCIETY; 05-27-2008 at 06:31 AM. Reason: clarification of strings
I use mostly my Kala TEBK and I've gotten Aquilas on them. I play this when I go anywhere.
I mess around with my Mahalo (lol.) baritone which I restrung GCEA (High G). I play this one when it's a nice warm day in my garden. Considering tuning it low G. Can you get low G baritone strings?
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