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    Taylor is really good about their out-the-door...

    Taylor is really good about their out-the-door setup. Also, Elderly.
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    Of course, the other baritone origin story is . ....

    Of course, the other baritone origin story is . . . "that (Arthur) Godfrey asked (Eddie) Connors to design a larger-bodied, lower-pitched ukulele." So the baritone isn't a lesser guitar, it is a...
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    I also have several guitars and thought getting a...

    I also have several guitars and thought getting a baritone uke would be repetitive. So I am getting a baritone uke tuned GCEA but an octave down from standard.
  4. Poll: 1. Sell a guitar 2. Buy a uke.

    1. Sell a guitar
    2. Buy a uke.
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    There are tenor ukes available with larger bodies...

    There are tenor ukes available with larger bodies that have a bassier sound. There are also ukes with a baritone body and a tenor neck. An option I might try is a baritone strung GCEA but an octave...
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    Very nice. Great voice.

    Very nice. Great voice.
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    They didn’t leave anything on the workshop table...

    They didn’t leave anything on the workshop table with that one! How does it sound?
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    I was thinking of the Guadalupe GCEA one octave...

    I was thinking of the Guadalupe GCEA one octave lower than Tenor strings for Baritone, tuned up to ADF#B.
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    Octave down then up to D

    Some have said that using a set of octave down (Guadalupe strings 1 octave lower than tenor) GCEA strings on a baritone leads to a muddy sound. Would tuning such a set up to ADF#B improve the sound...
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