View Poll Results: What Size Uke Do You Play Most Of The Time?

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  • Soprano

    24 23.08%
  • Concert

    35 33.65%
  • Tenor

    37 35.58%
  • Baritone

    8 7.69%
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Thread: What Size Uke Do You Most Commonly Play?

  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyful Uke View Post
    There are thin body ukuleles, which might take care of the feeling of the body of the uke being a bit too thick for you when standing. I've seen LoPrinzi and Kinnard list thin body ukuleles, and would assume that others have them as well.

    This is from a listing of a Kinnard thin body tenor up for sale right now:
    The Kinnard "Thin Line" models feature a body depth of 2" vs our normal body depth of 2-7/8"

    I've seen thin body concerts as well.
    Rebel makes slimline "Cheese Cake" and "Creme Brulee" in the three sizes. The standard depth bodies are called "Double Cheese" & "Double Brulee"
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  2. #42
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    Tenor all the way, baby! It's just the most comfortable for me... I can stretch seven frets if I need to, and my fingers don't feel so jammed up as they do on smaller sized ukes. Gotta be low G too... that extra fourth on the bottom opens up a lot of possibilities.

  3. #43
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    soprano and sopranino (D-tuning)

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    Soprano, original and best, the scale for discerning gentlemen

    Vintage

  5. #45
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    Baritone. For the bigger man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VintageGibson View Post
    Soprano, original and best, the scale for discerning gentlemen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counter View Post
    Baritone. For the bigger man.
    I just have to say, I love these two back to back contrasting views. Both simple yet so elegant. Class.

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