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Thread: Sound sample of my favorite ukuleles (KoAloha, Kanile'a, Martin, LFDM)

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    Fun comparison. Nice collection. That Martin really holds its own in that company, just a little different voice.

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    Thanks for making this video. Fantastic playing. And great job syncing the different ukes into the video.

    I love the comparison sound clip and videos. You've got some top notch ukuleles there, and it's hard to pick a favorite. You make them all sound great.

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    Thank you for all the kind word, I am glad you guys liked it
    I'm a Ukulele newbie, one day I'll make my Ukuleles proud.

    Moore Bettah Master Koa Tenor #2002 "Tiki Time"
    LFDM Tenor Sinker redwood+ Cocobolo
    LFDM Tenor Bearclaw Spruce
    Martin Style 3 Centennial Soprano
    Risa stick Concert

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    That is pretty cool. The centennial is under rated in my opinion! I enjoy playing mine a lot. Also, Kanilea have a very consistent sound

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    Wow. you look just like Paul!

    I like the brown one best.
    The crew...Giannini Baritone Uke, Washburn Rover "4-string tenor guitar", Yamaha G-85A classical guitar.

    In the works....LP style long scale wide neck solid body electric tenor guitar.

    Wall hanger...The Loar Honey Creek type-A Mandolin.

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    Super interesting to hear the different sounds. Thanks for sharing. My preference was the KoAloha, but all sounded great due to your excellent playing.
    Pono PSO Mahogany Soprano Ukulele
    Islander MAT-4 Spalted Maple Tenor Ukulele

    Total beginner...all thumbs... strumming daily...

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    Wonderful!
    Thx for doing it.
    Amazing how that newer Martin sop totally holds its own compared to the larger ukes.
    Tracie

    Island Koa Instruments, prototype sop, Peter Howlett #153
    Kamaka white label sop (Tiki added!)
    Martin O sop, 1920's
    Martin O sop, 1960's
    Bruko Cedar/Mahogany archback
    Anuenue Khaya I sop
    Kala Elite 1MHG sop
    Lanikai SPS-S spruce top sop
    Sawchyn hog concert (semi-custom, Martin 0 copy)
    Kala KA-ASOV-C
    Kala Elite 1MHG tenor SN

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    So true , the Martin sound is wonderful

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    Fantastic! You've made me even more excited for the Martin I'm hoping to receive this Christmas. I could listen to you play for hours.

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