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    Default Low End Strut

    http://youtu.be/6nGecMfNgvw

    A little bit of baritone here...low end in every way. I'll pass the thing on to my thirteen-year-old son, who wants an introduction to guitar playing, but finds the guitar fretboard too big for his left hand, which was severed in an accident a few years back.

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    I liked it as always. Sorry about your sons accident.
    RoxHum

    "Music self-played is happiness self-made"


    Sopranos: Donaldson (Myrtle), Kamaka (Koa), 2 Mainland's (Cedar/Rosewood & Mahogany),
    Nahenahe (Mahogany) (Thank you Stan)
    Concert: Mainland Classic Mahogany (low G)
    and one flashy white and gold Titano accordion

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    Loved it ! Real smooth playing and love that baritone sound.

    Maybe your son could learn to play left handed ?
    Last edited by coriandre; 11-18-2011 at 06:33 AM.

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    beautifully played doc...smooth, cool and yummy like a banana sundae on a hot summer afternoon

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    Aloha doc,
    Sounds really nice...that baritone look like my Rogue Baritone, repacked to a different market what brand is yours named?..Yeah I like mine too..http://www.musiciansfriend.com/folk-...ritone-ukulele love my soprano of this brand too..I'm sure you might have one
    in the Savannah too:)
    Last edited by mm stan; 11-18-2011 at 02:16 PM.

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    Stan - the name is 'Savannah', but yes, it looks exactly like a 'Rogue', so it's probably just the same instrument for a different market. The sound is kinda lo-fi funky. I like it a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drbekken View Post
    Stan - the name is 'Savannah', but yes, it looks exactly like a 'Rogue', so it's probably just the same instrument for a different market. The sound is kinda lo-fi funky. I like it a lot.
    Aloha Doc,
    I drop tune mine...for fingerpicking to give it a deep warm sound....C#-40, F+50, A+30, D +30 not sure the scale is the same though..try it...might work

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    My god man- this is BRILLIANT. You were certainly made for the Baritone, but yeah, give it to your son. Than buy yourself another because this is gold.

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