Do any of you all have a(n) ukulele with an A string that sounds "brittle"? I have a Kala all solid wood mahogany tenor that has sweet sounding G, C, and E strings but the A string just doesn't have that sweet tone to it. I am running a Fremont blackline low G string setup on that instrument. I've also had several other instruments where the A string just didn't have that mellowness to it that the other strings have.
I know that the farther you strum or pick towards the headstock, the more mellow tones you will get and conversely, nearer the bridge will give more treble. Unfortunately, the A string can't be made to sound good even by strumming position.
Any thoughts or ideas on how to bring some mellowness out of those pesky A strings?