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Any Ukulele players ?

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Trying to decide between a Tenor and Baritone. Baritone has the top four strings of a regular acoustic, so I think that may make it easier to play, but a Tenor is more widely used.

Any suggestions ?

Thanks

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I've played a Kala U-Bass - incredible instrument. sounds most like an upright basss than anything else.

 

 

My wife bougt me a Tres recently.

 

I get to serenade all the cubanas en miami now...

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My son is really into it. Has a nice pineapple lanakai. Looking into banjolele's for him for christmas. Going soprano, lots of choices, closed back open back, bells and whistles. Good luck with your search. Scott

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"I know a flute player is a flautist, but what do you call a clarinet player and ukelele player?"

"A clarinetist and a hipster, repsectively."

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He took many baths.

 

 

A very, very clean man.

 

I didn't remember him as a lefty. Maybe it was filmed backwards.

Who's better then the Smothers Brothers?

Someone is a Stern fan, no?

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Quote:

Originally Posted by jmlandru View Post

 

I didn't remember him as a lefty. Maybe it was filmed backwards.

 

Who's better then the Smothers Brothers?

 

Someone is a Stern fan, no?

 

Good spot...I guess he IS a lefty, here's another clip showing the same...

 

And that's Rowan and Martin in the first clip...

 

Wife's a Stern fan...I used to be, just don't listen anymore...but I'm old enough to remember Tiny, and Miss Vicky...and picked up the above-mentioned album sometime in the 80s...it's bizarre ****. A lot of fun, real psychedelia. 

 

Tiny wasn't fakin' it...he was the real deal. I think Dylan mentions him a few times in Chronicles, too...

 

 

 

 

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