I can't believe I'm doing this...but it's TRUE!!!
I tried one of those ukuleles once. I found the action high and unplayable.
Last edited by KoaDependent; 02-18-2013 at 12:05 PM.
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Very kind of you Craig. I just tried one out and in no time at all, I was nailing all of James Hill's stuff. These ukuleles are on the quiet side, but I don't want to show off to much anyway.
Vintage Ukulele Player and Collector
The good thing is, with time it becomes an "airloom."
My admiration of your Barnum-like skills it making me HAVE TO click your link is profound! My hat is off to you, sir!
(And THIS WAY TO THE EGRESS--->
My Soprano Empire:
VINTAGE MARTINS: c.'48 Martin 0; '50s 1M
OTHER VINTAGE: c30s Blue Favilla, c50 TV Pal, 30s Redhead
MODERN MARTINS: OXK; 2012 2M
KAMAKA: 2010 Pineapple (RIP MGM)
My Baritone Empire:
'12 Kala KA-B, '69 Silvertone, c.'53-57 Favilla, c.'63 Martin, '11 Kamaka
STRUMTESTS//ADD to The STRING DATABASE and UKE CASE DATABASE // Take the NAME THAT MARTIN test.
Is this uke good for travelling? and would it withstand the ocean and sand? I want to make sure it doesn't break when I take it to the beach
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