View Poll Results: How many ukes in the house?

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    8 6.45%
  • 2

    5 4.03%
  • 3-5

    44 35.48%
  • 6-10

    32 25.81%
  • 11-20

    23 18.55%
  • 21-30

    7 5.65%
  • 31-40

    1 0.81%
  • 41-50

    1 0.81%
  • 51-100

    1 0.81%
  • more than 100

    2 1.61%
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Thread: Poll: How many ukes do you own? May 2021

  1. #11
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    I have 8 high G tenor ukes and 28 bass ukes/mini bass guitars.





    This is Michael Kohan in Los Angeles, Beverly Grove near the Beverly Center
    8 tenor cutaway ukes, 4 acoustic bass ukes, 10 solid body bass ukes, 14 mini electric bass guitars (Total: 36)

    Donate to The Ukulele Kids Club, they provide ukuleles to children in hospital music therapy programs. www.theukc.org
    Member The CC Strummers: www.youtube.com/user/CCStrummers/video, www.facebook.com/TheCCStrummers
    Last edited by kohanmike; 05-16-2021 at 07:15 PM.

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by wqking View Post
    Is the one voting for more than 100 a Ukulele shop owner?
    A well known individual of this forum.........hi, Jerry.

    Myself, I still have all my UAS purchases.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

  3. #13

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    Quote Originally Posted by Croaky Keith View Post
    A well known individual of this forum.........hi, Jerry.

    Myself, I still have all my UAS purchases.
    Yeah, I know, I asked that for joking.
    What I didn't know is how serious UAS can be.

  4. #14
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    I re-checked my "friends," and I have 101. No, I'm not a dealer. I've got to start selling some of these. Below is a link to pictures of most of them. The clock uke took some doing. I had to find the right uke and the right clock so they would fit together. I can rotate the clock so it is right-side-up when I'm playing it. The one with the LED lights is fun. The lights can blink in various patterns and light up in different colors. Both are playable.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/uot3qLhAM3gMR9tu7
    Last edited by Jerryc41; 05-17-2021 at 02:42 AM.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
    https://www.catskillukulelegroup.com/

  5. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerryc41 View Post
    I re-checked my "friends," and I have 101. No, I'm not a dealer. I've got to start selling some of these. Below is a link to pictures of most of them. The clock uke took some doing. I had to find the right uke and the right clock so they would fit together. I can rotate the clock so it is right-side-up when I'm playing it. The one with the LED lights is fun. The lights can blink in various patterns and light up in different colors. Both are playable.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/uot3qLhAM3gMR9tu7
    I always enjoy seeing your friends :-)
    lots of new faces! Amazing group of friends!
    you must tell me more about the solid body fluke and the DaSilva!

  6. #16
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    I have a hard time getting to my 4 over the course of a two week time frame. I like that they are all a little different. I'd like to buy and try more but really, I don't need or want anymore. Well ok I'd go back and buy that longneck soprano Kinnard I had in my had one time if I could.......even though still don't know that I could justify the purchase. I have some nice uke's for sure so I'll just keep on playing, learning, having fun....

  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by kerneltime View Post
    I always enjoy seeing your friends :-)
    lots of new faces! Amazing group of friends!
    you must tell me more about the solid body fluke and the DaSilva!
    The solid body came from a member here. It's something different from the Magic Fluke, and it sounds great (low-G) with an amp. I'm attracted to ukes that are different, and you don't see many of these. The DaSilva is the James Hill model. I saw it on Ukulele Friend, and I was hooked. It looks beautiful, and it has a great sound. Naturally, I like the connection to James Hill. I certainly didn't pay anywhere near the $3,400 that HMS was asking. : )

    Fluke: https://www.magicfluke.com/Magic-Flu...p/fluke-sb.htm
    James Hill: https://theukulelesite.com/dasilva-c...ill-model.html
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
    https://www.catskillukulelegroup.com/

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerryc41 View Post
    The solid body came from a member here. It's something different from the Magic Fluke, and it sounds great (low-G) with an amp. I'm attracted to ukes that are different, and you don't see many of these. The DaSilva is the James Hill model. I saw it on Ukulele Friend, and I was hooked. It looks beautiful, and it has a great sound. Naturally, I like the connection to James Hill. I certainly didn't pay anywhere near the $3,400 that HMS was asking. : )

    Fluke: https://www.magicfluke.com/Magic-Flu...p/fluke-sb.htm
    James Hill: https://theukulelesite.com/dasilva-c...ill-model.html
    Thank you!
    If you decide to sell either ping me ;-)

  9. #19
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    5. Which considering I have only been playing for 3 and a half months suggests a problem. In my defence, the first rubbish cheapo does not count, right, even if I included in the five. I probably will not buy more for a while - I am very happy with my Snail tenor and Cort soprano.

  10. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr_mitch View Post
    5. Which considering I have only been playing for 3 and a half months suggests a problem. In my defence, the first rubbish cheapo does not count, right, even if I included in the five. I probably will not buy more for a while - I am very happy with my Snail tenor and Cort soprano.
    Nah! No Problem! Part of the learning experience is learning about the looks and sounds. It's hard to buy 5 pianos to spend time playing each of them, but it's so very easy to buy a few ukuleles and learn the differences.

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