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    Kiwaya KTC-1 .... it is sublime
    Kala Waterman soprano
    Mainland Mahogany Classic soprano
    Mainland Red Cedar soprano
    Ohana SK-28 soprano
    Cahaya CY-0112 concert
    Kiwaya KTC-1 concert
    Musicguymic's "Kolohe" brand - prototype concert
    Cordoba 24T tenor
    Kanilea Islander MST-4 tenor
    Pono ATD tenor
    Cordoba 24B baritone

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    I love the variety of responses.
    Good for fueling UAS. LOL.

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    Fortunately, I own the favorite ukulele I have ever played. Here is a clip of Kalei playing it:

    https://vimeo.com/216805517

    I must admit though, Len's MB, which I got to play briefly when I visited HMS a few months ago, is a close second...

    Originally Posted by ukemunga:
    "Best is a very personal thing. You gotta play it to love it. And you'll always think there's one better. And there is."

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearbike137 View Post
    Fortunately, I own the favorite ukulele I have ever played. Here is a clip of Kalei playing it:

    https://vimeo.com/216805517

    I must admit though, Len's MB, which I got to play briefly when I visited HMS a few months ago, is a close second...
    Wow! Gorgeous and the tone is enchanting.
    "Everyone I know who is into the Ukulele is 'crackers' so get yourself a few and enjoy yourselves" - George Harrison


    the ukes and year of acquisition:
    Pono RTSH-C-PC Cedar/Rosewood tenor 2016
    Koaloha KSM-02 Koa longneck soprano 2016
    Blackbird Farallon with sound port 2017
    2008 Kiwaya KTC-02 Mahogany concert 2018
    aNueNue Moonbird Spruce/Rosewood concert 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearbike137 View Post
    Fortunately, I own the favorite ukulele I have ever played. Here is a clip of Kalei playing it:

    https://vimeo.com/216805517

    I must admit though, Len's MB, which I got to play briefly when I visited HMS a few months ago, is a close second...
    Omg I have heard one of these in person and got to strum it. It was amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearbike137 View Post
    Fortunately, I own the favorite ukulele I have ever played. Here is a clip of Kalei playing it:

    https://vimeo.com/216805517

    I must admit though, Len's MB, which I got to play briefly when I visited HMS a few months ago, is a close second...
    Wow. Everything about that is beautiful, both for the eyes and the ears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearbike137 View Post
    Fortunately, I own the favorite ukulele I have ever played. Here is a clip of Kalei playing it:

    https://vimeo.com/216805517

    I must admit though, Len's MB, which I got to play briefly when I visited HMS a few months ago, is a close second...
    You are a fortunate person. That is a very cool and wonderful sounding ukulele. Someday I will acquire a Ko'olau tenor.

    People won't let me near their Moore Bettah ukes 'cause my drool might cause water damage to the finish.

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    Thank you for the very kind comments about my ukulele. I feel very blessed to own it.

    Originally Posted by ukemunga:
    "Best is a very personal thing. You gotta play it to love it. And you'll always think there's one better. And there is."

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    For right now, I'd say my Makala Dolphin, but I am sure as my playing improves-my tastes are bound to change
    -Makala Dolphin Soprano-AKA "Ludo"
    Coming soon.. Kala-15S(Soprano)
    Started playing in June 2018
    Please call me Dixie
    I play left handed.

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    I played a Kanilea K3 Premier koa tenor and thought that I had died and went to heaven. I now own one and still marvel at the beauty of the sounds of every note and chord. When it comes to pleasure, playing my Kanilea is definitely my second favorite thing to do.

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