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    Default Sopranissimo, Anyone?

    How many of you have a sopranissimo? I have a sopranino, and that takes some effort to play till I get used to it.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    Not yet, might be tempted one day though. I'm mighty impressed with Ortega's Keiki Sopranino.

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    Nothing under concert scale for me
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    I do...the Ohana Pineapple. It isn’t much smaller than my Kala Pocket Ukulele or my Caramel Sopranino.
    Playing ukulele since January 2016!

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    Per my signature, I have a sopranino. Pretty easy to play since I usually play soprano, but I don't think I'd make the jump to sopranissimo. I considered a pineapple sopranino recently, but I really want to focus on soprano which has the sound I want and the scale I'm used to.
    Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennerd View Post
    Per my signature, I have a sopranino. Pretty easy to play since I usually play soprano, but I don't think I'd make the jump to sopranissimo. I considered a pineapple sopranino recently, but I really want to focus on soprano which has the sound I want and the scale I'm used to.
    My sopranino is a pineapple, too. Cute.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Hanks View Post


    Nothing under concert scale for me
    I thought the rule was anything bigger than sopranissimo is cheating? I'm a cheater...bigtime.
    John

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    I love mine- it’s adorable lol. I do cramp up a bit if I play it for a long session, but I do toss it in my bag if I’m pulling a night shift or traveling. It’s perfect for that. And for playing at stop lights...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthroterra View Post
    I love mine- it’s adorable lol. I do cramp up a bit if I play it for a long session, but I do toss it in my bag if I’m pulling a night shift or traveling. It’s perfect for that. And for playing at stop lights...
    I ordered an Ohana TTPK-70G spruce top pineapple to match my similar soprano.
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    We're considering the Blue Willow Ohana Sopranissimo. It's just so cute.
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    Sopranos: Kala Travel , Style 2 Martin, Seagull Electric, Antica Libero
    Concert: Takumi TM, Graziano Selmer, Ohana 5 String, National Reso
    Tenors: Koaloha KTM, Luna Tribal
    4 Sale: Pineapple - MP Cali, Tenor: Washburn, Pono MTD-CR Radius

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