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    This is interesting. I have this amazing Pono mango soprano that I love to play. I also have this recently acquired Kamaka soprano that I bought from a fellow UU forum member that I love to play. I go between the two like a yo-yo goes up and down. I love them both. I have a Kamaka HF-3 tenor and a Collings UT1 tenor along with a Loprinzi cherry tenor sitting in the case not being played at the moment. I like to cuddle the sopranos like I cuddle my grand kids. And then then the seasons change and the sweet sopranos go into their case and the the tenors come out. Really, I find my preferences are seasonal. In the summer I tend to play guitar.in the Fall I mostly play my LoPrinzi concert and MP Pineapple Longneck concert. During the winter I prefer to cuddle the sopranos. Then comes spring. This is the time I prefer my Pono steel string baritone ukulele. I don’t know why, but In short, I like em all!

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    I loves me some tenors. 17", 18" scale. 4-string, 8-string, acoustic, electric-acoustic, electric, double-bout, cutaway, ML, Gypsy-Jazz, TT, banjo uke.

    They are all different and each has its own voice.
    There is a subtle yet profound difference between the learning of something and the knowing of that thing.
    You can learn by reading, but you don't begin to know until you begin to try to do.

    --Lou Churchill, Plane & Pilot Magazine

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    Quote Originally Posted by kookoolele View Post
    My soprano more than my tenor.
    Who else has this problem? What's the cure?
    It's contagious and there is no cure.

    (we are talking ukuleles here, right?)
    Corsham Ukulele Jam is at Pound Arts in Corsham, Wiltshire (UK) on the 1st Friday of every month.

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    I love my concert more than my tenor, even though they sound nearly the same (both koa Kala Elites), and my tenor is better looking. Go figure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomthebaptist View Post
    This is interesting. I have this amazing Pono mango soprano that I love to play. I also have this recently acquired Kamaka soprano that I bought from a fellow UU forum member that I love to play. I go between the two like a yo-yo goes up and down. I love them both. I have a Kamaka HF-3 tenor and a Collings UT1 tenor along with a Loprinzi cherry tenor sitting in the case not being played at the moment. I like to cuddle the sopranos like I cuddle my grand kids. And then then the seasons change and the sweet sopranos go into their case and the the tenors come out. Really, I find my preferences are seasonal. In the summer I tend to play guitar.in the Fall I mostly play my LoPrinzi concert and MP Pineapple Longneck concert. During the winter I prefer to cuddle the sopranos. Then comes spring. This is the time I prefer my Pono steel string baritone ukulele. I don’t know why, but In short, I like em all!

    TC
    Interesting indeed! I think there might definitely be some seasonal correlation with my playing habits, but the soprano is fairly recent to me, and I would say the battle is against my acoustic guitars. I'll have to pay more attention to this in the future.
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