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    according to the Oxford dictionary:
    the sharp explosive cry of a dog, fox, or seal.
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    Bark: the outer protective coating of trees and some shrubs.
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    Ok, if I can't get my uke to do it, I'll revert to my downfall...chocolate-almond-bark_1.jpg
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    I'm not positive but I think it's what a dog does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie View Post
    Bark: the outer protective coating of trees and some shrubs.
    Yes, and some of those trees become ukuleles. The trees with the most bark yield the barkiest ukes.
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    The OP is obviously a single person.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    Is it an actual tone...or a characteristic...like the sound doesn't fall apart when you dig in and play hard? Any video examples?
    It can be difficult to describe, might differ from person to person. So far I havn´t found it in an ukulele, well maybe a banjolele might come closer to it.
    Maybe a rock´n toll tenor or baritone saxophone in full growl might do the trick of bark.
    Unless, you of course simply mean the core in the attack of a fine Wood instrument. Then it might even be found in a violin.
    Or here, (not the howling in the introd. for Christ´s sake!) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1PNvopXjbg

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    When she starts strumming the martin around 1:25 it starts really barking.

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    My bite is worse than my bark.

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