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    Default Cherrynino...

    Y'all wanted an update. Well here is my mate Phil playing his reward for doing a whole heap of graphic work for me.

    The crazy introduction is a reference to a comedy show character here in the UK.

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    Always been a big fan of British comedy. So is there a name for a three string uke? Or is it simply, "A three string uke?"
    In an insane society, the sane man must appear insane and must play the ukulele.

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    Sounds fantastic.

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    Those things are cool as hell!

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    Thumbs up Awesome!

    Thanks for sharing that. By far that is the most unique instrument I have seen here. And it sounds excellent, too.

    You must make more!

    If it is not patented already, you should do so.

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    That's neat! How is it tuned?

    Oddly enough, I just started on my first sopranino yesterday...

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    Very different to me, and original from what I have learned and seen so far (2 years of reading BB's and tuition). I have learned that you can always pick your way through a song when you use the CEA strings by grabbing the applicable chords you would normally use when you strum a song (I hope I said that right) But because i have learned how to grab moveable chords, I think I would have to get used to the three string uke because there will be a string "missing" for my muscle memory to become confused. It could also be that my left hand knows what to do?? but I am guessing here. Thank you for the youtube clip.

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    Those look like fun Pete.
    Chuck Moore
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    Thay are fun but a begger to right from a design point of view... I'm struggling to get the neck wider for 4 strings.

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    its tuned CEA right?
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