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UkeDoxie
04-24-2019, 04:20 PM
They might start up the shenanigans and have babies!

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I got an Ohana sopranissimo solid mahogany today from UkeRepublic. She is super cute and is way louder than I thought a tiny thing could be. She is pictured with a Kamaka pineapple soprano. Such a nice family.

glennerd
04-24-2019, 04:24 PM
Haha, well Ohana is Hawaiian for family!

AQUATOPAZ
04-24-2019, 04:44 PM
They might start up the shenanigans and have babies!

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I got an Ohana sopranissimo solid mahogany today from UkeRepublic. She is super cute and is way louder than I thought a tiny thing could be. She is pictured with a Kamaka pineapple soprano. Such a nice family.

I have the Spruce top sopranissimo. It is cute, adorable, I love the purling, and the tone, resonance, sustain and volume are AMAZING.

MopMan
04-24-2019, 05:14 PM
Don’t keep you ukuleles too close together... They might start up the shenanigans and have babies!

I kept my first two ukes cased up in separate rooms and somehow they multiplied anyway...

Croaky Keith
04-24-2019, 10:12 PM
Mine were like rabbits.....

Jerryc41
04-25-2019, 01:35 AM
They might start up the shenanigans and have babies!

117315

I got an Ohana sopranissimo solid mahogany today from UkeRepublic. She is super cute and is way louder than I thought a tiny thing could be. She is pictured with a Kamaka pineapple soprano. Such a nice family.

Cute! I have one of their sopraninos, from Mim.

Cornfield
04-25-2019, 03:16 AM
Totally unrelated to the subject


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C3EPib5LWFo

Ukecaster
04-25-2019, 03:45 AM
Nice ukes! Geez, I keep mine spread out pretty well, but they're still multiplying like rabbits! :D

Jerryc41
04-25-2019, 03:46 AM
They might start up the shenanigans and have babies!

117315

I got an Ohana sopranissimo solid mahogany today from UkeRepublic. She is super cute and is way louder than I thought a tiny thing could be. She is pictured with a Kamaka pineapple soprano. Such a nice family.

I like the spruce top. How is it playing that? I have a mahogany Ohana sopranino, and it takes some getting used to.

keenonuke
04-25-2019, 05:56 AM
Although I don't "need" anymore to join the expanding family - I have been wanting one of the baby ukes but worry I'll need to learn how to do chords with different fingering due to need for different tuning.

They're just so cute.

Swamp Yankee
04-25-2019, 08:22 AM
I employ a most efficacious prophylaxis - during those long winter nights, my ukuleles are kept in sealed plastic bags.

RafterGirl
04-26-2019, 01:27 AM
Mine are kept in hard cases, lined up next to each other. I thought the cases would act as a "chastity belt" of sorts, but not so. I think at night they've learned to escape their cases and engage in hanky-panky. New ones keep appearing, delivered by the ukulele stork aka USPS. Oh well, what do you expect from such cute, frisky, and fun loving little instruments of happiness :D

Bill Sheehan
04-28-2019, 04:45 AM
Mine are kept in hard cases, lined up next to each other. I thought the cases would act as a "chastity belt" of sorts, but not so. I think at night they've learned to escape their cases and engage in hanky-panky. New ones keep appearing, delivered by the ukulele stork aka USPS. Oh well, what do you expect from such cute, frisky, and fun loving little instruments of happiness :D

Hahahahahahaha! Rafter, you're bringing out the eighth-grader-giggles in me! And I'll leave it right there!