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Thread: Anyone here tried the Kiwaya KLS-3g that Uke Republic sells?

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    Default Anyone here tried the Kiwaya KLS-3g that Uke Republic sells?

    Anyone tried this? https://cargo.ukerepublic.com/produc...oprano-ukulele

    It's a Kiwaya and having previously owned and loved a KS-5, I have no doubt that it's very VERY good for the money. Still curious if someone here has actually tried it and can comment on it, especially in terms of how it compares to a KS-1 and/or KS-5.

    This is made in Japan, so it's a different model than the long neck made in China Kiwaya that Baz reviewed a while back (though that seemed like a great uke too).

    I imagine it's essentially a KS-1 with a long neck and geared tuners, but I'm curious if there are any other differences.

    I kind of miss having a uke that sounds and plays like a higher-end uke, but that I can take anywhere without having to worry too much about temperature or humidity, so I'm considering one of these after I sell a couple of my other uke's.
    Last edited by CPG; 09-09-2019 at 03:23 AM.
    Weymann Model 10 Mahogany Soprano (c. 1918)
    David Hanson (Cripple Creek Mandolins) Mahogany Teardrop Soprano

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    There also appears to be the existence of a KLS-1G

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BDGwdIqwpOg

    I wonder what the difference is between the KLS-1G and the KLS-3G.
    Weymann Model 10 Mahogany Soprano (c. 1918)
    David Hanson (Cripple Creek Mandolins) Mahogany Teardrop Soprano

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