View Poll Results: Choose your one and only uke!

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  • Sopranissimo

    0 0%
  • Sopranino

    0 0%
  • Soprano

    29 20.57%
  • Long Neck Soprano

    10 7.09%
  • Concert

    39 27.66%
  • Long Neck Concert

    3 2.13%
  • Tenor

    36 25.53%
  • Long Neck Tenor

    8 5.67%
  • Baritone

    16 11.35%
  • Guitalele

    0 0%
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Thread: If you can only have 1 ukulele for the rest of your life...

  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by old and slow View Post
    ...and their radio was picking up a drunken amateur broadcasting his rendition of, according to Higgins, Ukulele Lady written by Irving Berlin and some other guys.
    Maybe not Irving Berlin.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukulele_Lady
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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  2. #62
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    Blackbird Clara Tobacco burst with pickup

  3. #63
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    Soprano is pretty much all I ever play. Own all sizes, but soprano is my go to.
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    Ukes include (!) Kanile'a K1 Tenor, Tinguitar custom solid tenor, Fluke, Flea, Tinguitar Reclaimed Mahogany soprano, KM Ukuleles Dreadnought Concert, Brüko walnut soprano

  4. #64
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    May 2018
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    Soprano. Probably a Kiwaya KS-5. I don't have one anymore, but if I were to only have one uke and it needed to last the rest of my life that would be about perfect. Sounds great, super strong and resistant to humidity changes, super light, 15 frets, super comfortable neck. Hmmm, maybe I should get another one.
    Weymann Model 10 Mahogany Soprano (c. 1918)
    David Hanson (Cripple Creek Mandolins) Mahogany Teardrop Soprano

  5. #65
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    Dec 2019
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    Scalloped cutaway super tenor, wide and flat neck, cedar top laminated koa back and sides, tuned low g.
    No, it doesn't exist...yet

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