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Thread: All solid mahogany baritone under $500 -- what's good in 2020?

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    Quote Originally Posted by glennerd View Post
    Ooh, nice! It looks like the body depth is a bit more shallow than normal? I like that. It makes it a bit more natural feeling to me. That's one of the reasons I went with my Cordoba (not mahogany), but I'll have to consider Ohana if I'm in the market for a baritone again.
    I'm looking forward to checking it out. The 19.5" scale (a bit smaller) sounds intriguing, too. Which wood choice did you get on the Cordoba, and do you like it?
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    Hendulele and Mezcalero, thanks for the comments. I'll try to write a NUD review after I receive it. I was also interested in the Kala and still may get one of their baritones one day. I had a Kala mahogany soprano that I thought was great (just a bit small for me).
    Beansprout 4 String Banjo
    Beansprout Concert Banjo Uke
    Pono MGB Mango Baritone
    Beltona concert resonator
    Tyde concert learner uke
    Stuart Wailing nickel/brass concert
    Gold Tone Little Gem concert banjolele
    Gold Tone BUC concert banjolele
    Kmise Baritone

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoCal View Post
    I'm looking forward to checking it out. The 19.5" scale (a bit smaller) sounds intriguing, too. Which wood choice did you get on the Cordoba, and do you like it?
    I didn't see the scale size, I'm liking it even more now. I went for a cedar top 24B as I was going for sort of a classical guitar sound - or at least that was my logic. I'm quite happy with it for sound and playability, and the spalted maple gives it a nice look. But I've had 3 Ohanas (sopranos/sopranino) and I wouldn't hesitate to get another - still have my SK-38.
    Glenn

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