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    An affordable (assuming) Bass ukulele. I want one. That thing is cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnewton2 View Post
    An affordable (assuming) Bass ukulele. I want one. That thing is cool.
    Sign me up, too!

    MGM has that Roadtoad Custom Uke Bass, but it's $1499! I hope the Kala UBass is much further south than that!

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    Sweet looks and sound on the videos. Interesting...

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    I've been about .25 seconds away from clicking buy-it-now for that travel uke on MGMs ebay store.

    i wonder how that bass is tuned...i know what I am gonna get soon.
    Last edited by hotnanas; 02-06-2009 at 10:37 AM.
    Cliff Rock - I have a severe ukulele learning disability

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    $600 bass ukulele? Pretty sweet!


    Successful sellers: Nuprin (Mele Tenor Koa/Mahogany Electric on 11/2009)
    Successful buyers: Tomdini (Pono Tenor Mango Cutaway Electric on 10/2009)

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    I'd really like to hear the acoustic sound of that bass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    I'd really like to hear the acoustic sound of that bass.
    Yeah, hard to tell how it really sounds when it's unplugged.

    Also wondering how it's tuned.... if the notes correspond to normal uke then that's kind of cool because it might sort of mean it's a good bass for people used to playing normal guitar.

    BUT... I just don't know if I see the point. I mean, it sounds pretty much like a bass. Also, I don't see the point of the travel uke... I mean I usually grab the uke instead of the guitar when I want something portable. Now I need a more portable uke? What are these ipods?

    C

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    For those wondering about the bass ukulele tuning, Road Toad bass ukulele strings are EADG like a traditional 4-string bass guitar, and they cost $20 a pack!


    Successful sellers: Nuprin (Mele Tenor Koa/Mahogany Electric on 11/2009)
    Successful buyers: Tomdini (Pono Tenor Mango Cutaway Electric on 10/2009)

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    From mike's comment on the video, it sounds like the bass is a plugged-in-only deal.

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