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    Default Uke Logic Strings

    Any body try these
    UKE LOGIC Sop/Con/Ten "SOFT TENSION" High/Low G (6 options)

    Any idea what to expect.

    Shame on me. I think I have worth browns on my tenor right now.

    *Pono Mahogany Tenor

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    I have the baritone UL soft tension. Very nice, smooth with long sustain and a mellow ring. The smooth wound D string is similar in tone feel and looks to the Fremont low G.

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    I have them in my kanilea tenor. I like them a lot.

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    I have them on at least 3 ukes, and I like them a lot. In fact, they're one of my favorites. I have them on my Kanile'a KSR, my Pono PC, and my Kala maple - the 3 ukes that I dislike the stock strings that they come with. Fwiw, I like Worth Browns too.
    "So many ukes, so little money..."

    Kanile'a KSR-T premium koa tenor
    KoAloha KTM-00 tenor
    Rebel Double Cheese spruce/mahogany tenor, my BFF.
    Pono ATC-PC acacia cutaway tenor
    Kala KA-ASFM-T-C flame maple tenor
    Pono MT-SP tenor
    Cocobolo concert #467
    Pono ASD acacia soprano deluxe
    Pono MGS mango soprano

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    I too am a worth brown fan. I have the ul’s on KoAloha tenor. I was concerned about the thin “A” string, but it rings nicely.
    Strings have a nice feel and playability too.
    Keep Strummin'

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    I tried them to see if they might offer the quality and sound of my favorite Living Waters strings, at perhaps a lower tension. I did like the sound, and the thinner A string (0.019" vs 0.022") and the the slightly thinner E (0.025" vs 0.026"), but I found the C to feel just huge (0.032" vs. 0.029"). The low G strings were the same size.

    I've been meaning to email Joel to see whether I could get a set with a thinner C, but haven't gotten around to it yet. If so I will for sure try them again.
    Blackbird Farallon Ekoa Tenor
    Beltona Songster Resonator Tenor
    Klos Carbon Fiber Tenor
    Magic Fluke Tenor Firefly Banjolele

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    I just ordered 4 more sets of Uke Logic strings from The Ukulele Site, so ya they are my favorite. I prefer the HARD version though, all carbon high g. They have more volume & better tone, seem to last longer being thicker. Some say they feel closer to guitar strings, but I think that’s an exaggeration. Note: I usually work with alternate tunings like A/B flat and the tension eases up. I’d use these over the trendy D’Adarrio nylons any day. Joel’s unique super-fluorocarbons are a winner - I don’t even buy Ko’olau Aho’s any more (no offense Andrew).

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    I currently have them on two ukuleles, a Cocobolo Concert and a Jupiter Tenor. I like them a lot. Good sound, good tension, good overall!
    Larry

    KOALOHA KCM-10 PIKAKE KOA CONCERT
    COCOBOLO CEDAR/COCOBOLO CONCERT
    KALA SOLID FLAME MAPLE CONCERT
    JUPITER UKULELE TENOR #77, REDWOOD/SYCAMORE
    ROMERO CREATIONS SOLID MAHOGANY "TINY TENOR" (LOW "G")
    ANUENUE UT200 MOON BIRD (ALPINE SPRUCE/ROSEWOOD) TENOR (LOW "G")
    OHANA BK-70M BARITONE


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    Currently love them. Have them on a Kala Elite Concert and an LDFM Tenor.

    Makes for happy digits.

    Bluesy.

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    They're great. Last I saw, Joel was still working out the kinks in his gauges. Since he's more of a tech than a player, I think he was initially going for perfectly uniform tension over playability and tone. I had to make some adjustments and basically create a hybrid set between the hard and light gauges to get the low strings from being oversized. Ask him for the Brad Bordessa set. ;-) He's willing to create custom configurations to get you just what you need.
    Brad Bordessa

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