View Poll Results: Do You Prefer Soprano, Concert, or Tenor Size Ukulele

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  • Soprano

    21 28.77%
  • Concert

    24 32.88%
  • Tenor

    28 38.36%
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Thread: Poles - Ukulele Size

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickie View Post
    C'mon, you can't tell me Poles don't play ukulele....I'm half Czech and I'm here, blast it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by connor013 View Post
    No more UAS (he says before he checks the marketplace).
    Yes, several times a day. : )

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    If this Ukulele thing doesn't work out for you. You should get into standup comedy
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    I voted for concert because it fits my fretting hand the best but I'll never give up my tenor and my sopranos get the most use. I must be dyslectic.
    Last edited by kkimura; 03-14-2018 at 02:03 AM. Reason: grammer
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    Exclusively the soprano size for me. If I want something bigger, I have an acoustic guitar that in my mind is a bass guitar. Nothing in the middle makes sense to me to own.

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    My sig says it all so far as my preference!
    All power and respect to you Concert,Tenor and Baritone players, but Soprano is what does it for me every time!

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    After 10+ years playing non-stop, I actually don't know anymore.

    I like tenors for the versatility their scale length offers.
    More frets, more space, bigger sound and options for lower tunings (eg: dgbe).

    But I find myself playing Soprano the most, in real life.
    Just so convenient to just pick up and play without even thinking.
    And I don't find the smaller fret spacings to be limiting at all, I like the lower tension and I like its compactness.
    Doing lots with little.

    Then I play a Concert, and I appreciate how it's a bit bigger and more versatile than a Soprano, but not quite as big and high-tension as a tenor and feel that it's the best of both worlds.


    Maybe it's fair to say I like all of them.


    AND HEY, WHY IS BARITONE MISSING FROM THE POLL??

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    My right hand finds baritone most comfortable for fingerpicking, and my left hand finds tenor easiest for fingering. I voted for tenor. (Yeah, why wasn't baritone included?) I don't think I'd find concert nearly as comfortable, and soprano most definitely not.

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    I like them all
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    Today is the last day for this poll, so if you want to voice an opinion, tomorrow will be too late.

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