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    Default Ingrid Michaelson on Good Morning America

    In case you missed it or don't get to see GMA.

    Everybody:
    http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=8861148

    Maybe:
    http://abcnews.go.com/video/playerIndex?id=8861116

    My mom called me to the livingroom and asked if she was playing a ukulele. I confirmed it and then sat there and watched.

    The only dissapointment was that she called it a YOU-koo-lele. Oh, well at least 10 people looked up "ukulele" because of her performance.

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    Ingrid Michaelson=great. Ingrid Michaelson+a ukulele=awesome!

    Thanks for posting this! I'm such a fan of hers, but she's even cooler with a uke
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    That's one of our Compass Rose tenors...low G and a D-TAR Timberline pickup in it.

    Thanks, Ingrid!

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    Nice performance! I like her style. I might have to pick up that CD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Turner View Post
    That's one of our Compass Rose tenors...low G and a D-TAR Timberline pickup in it.

    Thanks, Ingrid!
    Beautiful uke!

    The strings looked like Aquila (?)

    (I'm awake at almost 5AM in Australia, and they televised Good Morning America just now).
    Last edited by kissing; 10-19-2009 at 08:11 AM.

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    Wow, beautiful. Brought a tear to my eyes. Nice tapping there, too. Not thumpy at all. Looks like all three are running thru a Boss (Direct Box? EQ? Verb?). Hard to tell. Hey cameraman! Pan down and zoom in for second! They never do...
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    i was lucky enough to be in my hotel room this morning and saw the song performed D-tAR IS ONE OF THE BEST PICKUPO SYSTEMS AROUND FOR TRUE NATURAL SOUND
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    what kind of custom uke was it? it sounded very nice

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    Read above...

    It's a custom Compass Rose tenor with a low G.

    Music Guy Mike is one of our biggest dealers...literally and figuratively...he also may be doing more than almost anyone else other than Jim Beloff to support and spread uke culture. Way to go, Mike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Turner View Post
    Read above...

    It's a custom Compass Rose tenor with a low G.

    Music Guy Mike is one of our biggest dealers...literally and figuratively...he also may be doing more than almost anyone else other than Jim Beloff to support and spread uke culture. Way to go, Mike!
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