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    Hi folks, this is my first video using my new Kala Thinline tenor from HMS.

    I played it in a forest area.


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o_RDjko5-I

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    Mince sound from the thinline. Great setting, excellent playing. Bravo!

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Sounds very good. Well done!
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    I'd love to stumble across you doing this while I was on a hike!

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    Keep it up, and you'll soon be surrounded by a circle of forest animals! Please say "Hi" to Bambi for me. Good job, sounds great!
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    Nice job, haven't seen the Kala slimline yet, sounds great.
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    Thanks for your comments!

    I'm really loving the Kala Slimline!
    The thin shape gives the uke a very crisp and clear tone. I have it set with low-G (Fremont and Soloist low-G) and I think this is a good setup for it. The low-G doesn't sound muddy on it like it can with full size tenors.
    Last edited by kissing; 11-05-2014 at 08:08 PM.

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