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    Default ZT Ukuleles Tenor - REVIEW

    Been a long time waiting to feature something from Zachary Taylor. I'd say it was worth the wait!

    https://www.gotaukulele.com/2019/05/...le-review.html
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    Wow -- what a striking design. Thanks for the review. I agree, it is reminiscent of those Selmer guitars that are associated with Django Reinhart and others. Very pretty.
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    Well, you’ve had an excellent run to prepare you for the coming onslaught. Hold fast!

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    ha ha yes. I've been properly spoilt in recent weeks... It couldn't last!
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    That was a great review. It made me want one. Thanks!

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    Baz,

    How would you compare a ZT to Anuenue Moon Bird? Are they in the same "class" or completely different? Sound is what I asking about...Personally I like the look of the ZT better than the Anuenue. But the sound? I didn't turn up anyone playing one on youtube except a Baritone at the SUS and your great review.

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    I think the Moon Bird edges it slightly, but it's very close. I'd struggle to choose, but would probably take the price saving of the ZT. The Moonbird has a rounder fuller tone as the ZT is quite a bit brighter. But the ZT wins on volume I think. On looks too!

    Incidentally, I have a ZT Baritone review coming in a few weeks too.
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    I think if the ZT wins on volume, brightness, price, and for me, the ZT does win on looks, then it is definitely worth considering. I look forward to your baritone review! But a soprano might hit all the buttons. Thanks Baz!

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    It would for me - but I'm not entirely sure he makes a soprano
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    Quote Originally Posted by bazmaz View Post
    It would for me - but I'm not entirely sure he makes a soprano
    He does - does the same design from soprano up to baritone. No option on the website for lefties that I can see but otherwise he's got the bases covered.

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