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    Default DJ Morgan Mini Pineapple

    Here is another awesome ukulele!

    All solid Padauk sopranino Pineapple!!!

    Just a fantastic instrument!! I have been on a shopping spree this month trying some new stuff. I have decided to stick with sopranos! Literally just got this one last week.

    You can see this one on his website. Sounds and plays great, comes with sopranino gig bag.

    $255 for this one.

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    About 3 sizes too small for me, but I have some great strings for it!
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    I got one of these from this batch, too. The build quality is stellar and the sound is a lot less brash than my KoAloha Noah. It’s easier to fret, too. If you’ve played little ukes before and felt cramped, give this one a shot.

    Good luck with the sale!

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    Is that the one that's made in England?
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!

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    Yes. That’s the one. Also - did you know that posts have a minimum length of 10 characters? Buy this uke and then find out!

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    Cute. Looks very well made. But sadly, it's not for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by derbyhat View Post
    Also - did you know that posts have a minimum length of 10 characters?
    Yes. Very annoying. Also, you have to wait 30 seconds between posts, but sometimes the site doesn't know how to count. Try to post a link, and the site thinks it's spam. I post the message, and then I go back a Edit to add a link or two individually.

    One thing I do like is being able to edit at any time. Some sites have a one-hour limit on editing.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!

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    How is the volume with the smaller scale length and size? Is it tuned to D or C?
    Last edited by EDW; 11-04-2018 at 04:41 AM.

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    I have owned multiple sopranino ukes - DJ Morgan, KoAloha Noah, Black Bear, Talsma, and Ohana.

    This one is just as loud as any of the rest, maybe not as loud as the KoAloha.

    I like tuning to D, but Mr. Morgan made this one to be played in C. I prefer the tension of higher tuning on this scale.

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