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    Default Song with new Kala tenor comfort edge tenor

    Hi folks.Just got a new uke.Quite pleased with it so far.Here's a Randy Newman song.

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    Like the arrangement

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    That was excellent. Congraulations on your new uke it looks and sounds wonderful. I really enjoyed your arrangement and playing as well.
    Ukuleles.............yes please !!!!

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    Nice uke & playing.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    Thanks folks for the kind comments.I've been playing uke for about 3 years from a guitar background.First uke was Kamoa Tenor.All solid spruce over maple.I think I lucked out as I didn't know much when I bought it.It's a good sounding well made instrument.
    Since I've been playing uke a lot more lately I decided to shout myself an upgrade - with a pickup too maybe (been working through Glen Rose jazz uke stuff).Found this Kala at a Sydney Music shop.It was a good price so I bought online.Picked up from the post office on Saturday.Lovely quality uke.I was surprised it was brighter and snappier than the Kamoa.I thought Spruce / Maple of the Kamoa would be brighter than cedar / rosewood of the Kala.But I guess woods are only part of the equation.
    Anyway thanks again and I will try to comment on some of the great videos here - cause that's what keeps a forum buzzing.

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    Very nicely done! Two of my friends have the same uke, and they sound great.
    "Those who bring sunshine and laughter to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves".

    Music washes from the soul, the dust of everyday living.

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    Nicely played. I started off with just one Kala and then another but the UAS (ukulele acquisition syndrome) bit me hard. I stopped counting at 16 ukuleles as it seemed pointless to know after that.

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