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    Man on man......might have to have a family talk tonight.......hard times....... but music helps smooth it all out a bit.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjh42 View Post
    Man on man......might have to have a family talk tonight.......hard times....... but music helps smooth it all out a bit.........
    Some would say "all you need is music in this difficult time"

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    What's the neck profile like?
    Tenors: Rebel Elysium, Kimo "El Diablo", Kanile'a Platinum Pinneaple, Bird On A Wire "Walk Back", MyaMoe #1379, RISA stick, Ohana TK35G-5 5 string, Gretch G9120
    Concert: Vox solid body electric, Cripple Creek cigar box
    Soprano: KoAloha T2 Tenor neck, Tyde "Little Rusty", 1940s Martin style 3, Kamoa, Kala
    Sopranino: Tyde
    Banjolele: 1920s Concertone, Southern Cross Concert, Southern Cross UB-2 style, Kala
    Other: 8 string Tahitian

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    Jen always has the best of the best and this is gorgeous. Somebody will be very happy!
    More an appreciator of the ukulele than a true player. My motto is: "Don't matter how good it ring if it ain't got some bling."

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    Quote Originally Posted by UkeComa View Post
    What's the neck profile like?
    I will let CoolCow comment but all of the Mya Moe's I have had a chance to play have a lover and thinner neck profile. I like them a lot.
    How bad is your UAS?

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    That's what I was afraid of. I have a Mya Moe, too, and find the neck profile too thin for my big hands.
    Tenors: Rebel Elysium, Kimo "El Diablo", Kanile'a Platinum Pinneaple, Bird On A Wire "Walk Back", MyaMoe #1379, RISA stick, Ohana TK35G-5 5 string, Gretch G9120
    Concert: Vox solid body electric, Cripple Creek cigar box
    Soprano: KoAloha T2 Tenor neck, Tyde "Little Rusty", 1940s Martin style 3, Kamoa, Kala
    Sopranino: Tyde
    Banjolele: 1920s Concertone, Southern Cross Concert, Southern Cross UB-2 style, Kala
    Other: 8 string Tahitian

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    Quote Originally Posted by UkeComa View Post
    That's what I was afraid of. I have a Mya Moe, too, and find the neck profile too thin for my big hands.
    It is personal preference. I have very big hands and I love them. It makes barring and getting a clean tone very easy.
    How bad is your UAS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sam13 View Post
    I will let CoolCow comment but all of the Mya Moe's I have had a chance to play have a lover and thinner neck profile. I like them a lot.
    The neck is very comfortable, I can say it is quite thin. I have small hands

    Jen

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