KNA Pickups

Mr.SAB

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Have one soprano and two baritone ukuleles. Bought one under bridge KNA pickup and one stick on pickup. Got a mini Fender amp. W/ 6” speaker. Tugging around my 12” Peavy Ecoustic is getting a little harder each day. Every 2nd Saturday, go to a jam session. We play everything from Pop to Bluegrass. Play the ukuleles plugged in and they sound pretty good. KNA, I hear is made in Hungary.
Also sometimes go to a Bluegrass jam on the 4th Saturday. Diehard Bluegrass jammers really don’t like ukuleles. Can’t understand why. Two months ago a younger woman brought her ukulele and several of the jammers (Bluegrass) looked upset. Have ukuleles, guitars, a mountain dulcimer, 2 autoharps, a banjo, a Cajun accordion. And I sometimes play the radio. All music is good for the heart. Sorry. There is stuff out there that some people call music that sucks. Have all the stuff I need to make a steel drum and the instructions too. Oh forgot. Bought a violin 37 years ago and haven’t learned to play yet. I’ve been told your never to old to learn to play a new instrument. Mr.SAB.
 

kissing

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The KNA slot bridge pick up is pretty handy if you don't want to modify the instrument and your uke happens to have a slot bridge.
 

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Brad Bordessa

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They sent me a couple to try out. Haven't sat down to make a comparison with a normal pickup yet, but I plan to.