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Thread: NUD - Gary Gill short-neck tenor

  1. #21
    Join Date
    Aug 2017


    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Hanks View Post
    This is my favorite strap option. The webbing is easy to put on and the strap can be clipped/unclipped from that if you want to share the strap between several ukes. I also prefer the one with the end pin connector although I do have one without that can be used with ukes with no pin.

    However - it is still connected to the headstock and if you don't like that, you may not like the UkeLeash either. Personally I prefer it to the two-button setup as it feels more "stable" to me with smaller bodies of ukes - but that is a personal preference kind of thing.
    I looked at the Uke Leash website this morning and I think I found my solution. I already have a nice Sherrins Threads strap for the Gary Gill that's attached to the end pin of the MiSi pick-up with a Tapastring adapter. You can buy the Uke Leash headstock adapters separately, so that solved the problem on that end. to put the two together??? I scrolled down to the bottom of the page and there was the answer (I hope). A banjo adapter with the male portion the the strap buckle on a short piece of polypro with a tie. I can tie the banjo adapter to the end of the Sherrins Threads strap and snap into the headstock adapter. I will report back when I get it and see if it works.
    My ukulele family.....
    Imua iSN soprano
    Islander Acacia laminate soprano
    KoAloha concert - circa 2006
    Loprinzi cedar & rosewood concert
    Gary Gill concert scale tenor, Douglas Fir & Mahogany

  2. #22
    Join Date
    Jan 2014


    Maybe check this out too - I use it on one of my ukes without the second strap button at the heel -

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