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Thread: aNueNue Light Bird Tenor - exclusive to World Of Ukes - REVIEW

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    Audio is not always the thing to trust, but this ukulele I want.

    That sustain and tone sound so great, perhaps better than in that 1200€ uke of the same maker that you reviewed too

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    I think you are right. For me this wowed me as much as the Moon Bird did - a lot less money too.
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    anuenue-factory.jpg

    Here's a picture of the concert version in production.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OmegaMatt View Post
    anuenue-factory.jpg

    Here's a picture of the concert version in production.
    There we go. Thanks
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    Thanks Matt. I'm a sucker for slot head ukuleles!
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    That looks Gorgeous Matt.
    There is something about slot heads that is very pretty.

    If I didnt have a Timms in a van circling around my house right now, I think my uke-lust of instruments way too good for me would be centering around this concert model

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    Curses! I've already been plotting about getting a Moon Bird concert (I was just blown away by its sound and looks). Now I am very tempted by the Light Bird as a less expensive but similarly awesome sounding uke, although I really like the moon bling given my last name is moon, lol.... sadly, both will have to wait until after I pay off the baritone that is on hold for me....
    UAS!!!

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    Hey Bazmaz,

    I am considering the Moonbird vs the UT140. In general prefer the warmth of cedar vs spruce, and am wondering if there is much difference of the cedar from the sound of the Spruce in these? I don't like anything too bright or ringy, but am willing to get a spruce if this is worth the risk of trying something new. Also, does the slotted headstock change the weight balance vs the Moonbird? I like a slightly heavier body due to the way I hold the uke. Am torn between the two, and was more into the Moonbird because of the flawless construction and the moon motif. If I could only get one more uke, between the two- which one would it be?? Thanks for your input.

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    Both the light bird and the moon bird are perfectly balanced and light. Sound - if I am honest, I think I prefer the Light Bird
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    Iíve had my Moon Bird for two weeks now. Itís my first spruce top uke & I was expecting it to be bright. I have found it to be very well balanced in tone. Not overly bright, with a nice low end sound. Good volume. The Light Bird should equally fantastic.
    My ukulele family.....
    KoAloha Koa concert - circa 2006
    aNueNue Moon Bird concert - Spruce & Rosewood - 2018
    Blackbird Clara - 2019
    Kanilea KCS-SSP super soprano - circa 2016

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