Lili'u tenor 6 strings

Domiuke

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hello,

I am very interested with this 6 strings ukulele, I like the mellow sound of it.
I bought one Kala KA 6 and am convinced that's the right uke for me.
I would like to exchange about the different tuning, what is your experience ?

LowG highC lowC E HighA lowA

HighG LowC HighC E LowA HighA

and a lot more possibilities.

I like to try to play swing struming style to give a steady beat like jazz rythmic guitar.

Thank you to tell me your feelings and send your audios or videos .
 

PhilUSAFRet

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If you are primarily a strummer, it will make little difference except for the G string. I would probably go for the low g based on your playing style. Just my thoughts on the matter. I have a few 6 strings tuned G cC E AA for the chime. I think if I played a lot of jazz using your strumming style, I'd tune at least one of mine g cC E Ea.
 
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If you are primarily a strummer, it will make little difference except for the G string. I would probably go for the low g based on your playing style. Just my thoughts on the matter. I have a few 6 strings tuned G cC E AA for the chime. I think if I played a lot of jazz using your strumming style, I'd tune at least one of mine g cC E Ea.


Thank you Phil, is that correct fo the two last strings E and a ?
 

mm stan

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I play mine with a high c and low a string
 

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Yes I love the six string as well.
I have run High G, Low G, Unison A, and Octave A.
I currently have it strung low G, and low A, and I love the full sound.
 

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Thank you all.

"I currently have it strung low G, and low A, and I love the full sound."

I will try this one which seems to be the sound I am looking for.