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    Default NFC Ukuleles Baritone - REVIEW

    New brand for me - and another hand made instrument from Nicaragua

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    Holy Macarena, mate!
    That's an impressive baritone. I really love the sustain. I think the tone is very nice. Surprising that it came hi-G strung. It seems to me that it would either come DGBE or low-G, but that's just me. Like the review, well done!

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    It's actually high D strung
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    I don't know if it's the high D tuning or the nylgut strings but for me some of the notes didn't sound very clear and were a bit muddled which, I find, is typical for nylgut strings. Could do with a string change.

    Otherwise, I think the uke sounds nice and looks absolutely stunning. I don't mind the asymmetric look at all. I would probably consider getting one if I hadn't just gotten a baritone already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazmaz View Post
    It's actually high D strung
    Of course, hi d is far more appropriate.

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    I think I'd prefer a single piece of wood rather than badly matched book-matching. Just my opinion.
    Ukuleles owned:-
    Laka VUC50 Soprano
    Laka LK-JBC Joe Brown Concert
    Rubin RS101 Zebrawood Soprano
    Barnes & Mullins UBJ1 Concert Banjolele
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