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    I bought a new 314ce back in 2004 a limited edition with the expression system. I sold it a few years later in excellent condition for $1100. I see them go for around $900 to $1050 depending on which pickup system it has. The expression system being the better. It was a really good player with a nice sound. You can't go wrong with that choice.

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    I bought it. It sounds incredible really. I had brought a Collings concert for fun to let the seller try a uke and ........ THe Collings uke paled - just paled in comparison to the sound from the Taylor.

    The Taylor is a monster - big but I am determined to learn and play a guitar. We'll see.

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    Congrats on the Taylor purchase, and good luck with learning the guitar! It's definitely a different animal. If you want to feel more at home on it, just slap a capo on the fifth fret and you can pretend you're playing a giant uke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nscafe View Post
    Congrats on the Taylor purchase, and good luck with learning the guitar! It's definitely a different animal. If you want to feel more at home on it, just slap a capo on the fifth fret and you can pretend you're playing a giant uke.
    Thanks for the advice. its gonna take a while. The uke is lots of fun and easy.

    This Taylor is a big boat with a huge butt.

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    Hi

    You can play a ukulele song on a guitar. My buddy, Thatcher, plays Jake Shimabukuro's "Pianoforte" on his geetar.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im2BeAdOlUo

    Cheers
    Chief

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    Quote Originally Posted by chiefnoda View Post
    Hi

    You can play a ukulele song on a guitar. My buddy, Thatcher, plays Jake Shimabukuro's "Pianoforte" on his geetar.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=im2BeAdOlUo

    Cheers
    Chief
    I like his version...no crazy stretches!!

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    I know exactly what you mean. I recently bought a cheap parlour guitat, but the sound is incredible and it does make the uke sound a bit like strumming a cardboard box with elastic bands on it! after a having it a few weeks though, you learn that they each have their place. Enjoy it, loads of good lessons on youtube.

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