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Thread: WTB: RISA solid (stick) in tenor size

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    Default WTB: RISA solid (stick) in tenor size

    Please direct-message me if you have a ukulele you'd be willing to part with. Thanks!

    Brian

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    How do these compare with the Flea and Fluke?

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    The Risa is a solid body electric. Nothing like a Flea. It could be compared to the Fluke SB, but I have not touched one of those.

    https://www.magicfluke.com/Magic-Flu...p/fluke-sb.htm

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    The Risa is the perfect suitcase travel ukulele.
    The Flea Fluke is probably backpack-able but you’d want to pack it with t-shirts/ underwear
    "If a lot of people play the ukulele, the world would be a better place to live."

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    Quote Originally Posted by igorthebarbarian View Post
    The Risa is the perfect suitcase travel ukulele.
    The Flea Fluke is probably backpack-able but you’d want to pack it with t-shirts/ underwear
    So the rise pretty much needs to be connected, since it doesnt have projection without a hollow body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazyliszek View Post
    So the rise pretty much needs to be connected, since it doesnt have projection without a hollow body.
    The Risa Stick is loud enough to hear what you are playing. If you are in a hotel room it is not loud enough to be heard in the next room, but you spouse can hear it in a quiet room. But it won't disturb them if they are asleep. It's not as loud as a Godin Multiuke unplugged.

    Another good option is an EleUke Bluetooth. You can't hear much unplugged, but it has Bluetooth to play through your phone, tablet, laptop or you can link a pair of Bluetooth earphones and listen to your playing.

    Yes, the Risa Stick needs to be amplified.
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