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Thread: Ohana SK-14 Soprano - REVIEW

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    Default Ohana SK-14 Soprano - REVIEW

    A fairly new model for Ohana - very much a starter ukulele, but one I really grew to quite like!

    http://www.gotaukulele.com/2017/01/o...le-review.html
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    My nephew is graduating from an occupational therapy program in May and he wants to take up the uke. We may give him this one as a graduation present. Thanks, Baz!
    PLAYERS: Martin C1K • Enya Nova U concert (BLUE!) • Ohana CK-50WG concert (solid cedar top) • Ohana SK-28 ‘Nunes’ • Flea koa soprano • Ohana SK-35G solid mahogany soprano <yay!!> • Famous FS-1 <yippee!!> • Firefly maple concert banjolele <yee-haw!> • Makala MK-CE concert
    LOOKERS: • Vintage 'Mauna Loa' c. 1925 soprano • Kahuna "Felix the Cat" soprano • Woodrow "Steelers" soprano <eyeroll>


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    Nice review as always! Seems like the perfect little starter soprano.

    And the carved cat waiting in the wings made me laugh.
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    @hendulele - yes I think these would make a great starter instrument

    @ohiobelle - I couldn't resist having it peeking over my shoulder!
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    Not my size, but sounds very good for its price, thanks for the review, Baz.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    I've been thinking about this one for myself too.

    Seems like a nice one to have around, especially if a setup is done by the vendor beforehand. MIM had these on her eBay pages last week and I was really tempted but decided to wait.

    I am glad that you have done this review Baz because it's a big help to narrow down the choices for me. I too like the visuals on this one. Not flashy, but a step up from the all-plain basic models.

    Not sure what if I would buy one just yet, but I am thankful for yet another great, honest and fair review.

    Kudos Baz!
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    Thanks dude.
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