NUD! (belated) Hive Spruce and Walnut Hornet

Mattyukaholic

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Thanks so much everyone. Sorry Dave (or do I mean Sam??)!!

I love this uke almost as much as life itself.
 

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You're right Matt - that sounds bloomin' amazing. Well done on getting a dream uke.
 

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Lovely uke and also love your playing. Do you have the tabs to the song Brambles? Such a beautiful song.
 

Mattyukaholic

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Lovely uke and also love your playing. Do you have the tabs to the song Brambles? Such a beautiful song.

Thanks so much. I'm going to get around to tabbing all the songs to my new album but it's going to take a while.
 

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Congratulations to both your playing and a great new uke!
 

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Your playing is fantastic! Thanks for sharing the videos. It really does have a sweet, harp like tonal quality at times. What kind of strings are you using?
 

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Is Jake experimenting with some 14 frets to the body ukes now? All his earlier Hive ukes were 12 frets.
 

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Is Jake experimenting with some 14 frets to the body ukes now? All his earlier Hive ukes were 12 frets.

It's an option. The body was designed for 12-fret and he told me that is his preference, but he will do a 14-fret on request.
 

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It's an option. The body was designed for 12-fret and he told me that is his preference, but he will do a 14-fret on request.

Thanks. It would be interesting to hear 2 Hive ukes with same wood build and only difference 12 vs 14 frets. But of course, with customs, not likely to find too many opportunities for that, so just an interesting thought for me.