Oh, you have to meet Anika's Dad. He's crazy for ukes. Even written a book...
Definitely worth paying more. I bought a $20 one and then after falling fully in love I bought myself a $150 one because it sounds great and stays in tune - which the cheap ones don't, really.
Ditto Wendy. Hubby will want to know what type it is?
Mahalo. Nothing special.
This is very good news -- you might find information here http://reyalpeleluku.wordpress.com/2009/11/07/the-ukulele-standard-of-1927/of use (most cheaper ukes can do with a little adjusting.) All the best with it.
You could have had mine for free - if only I'd known.
Looks very tropical against the background of the red shirt too. Almost like it's sitting on a hibiscus flower?
Laetitia, I'd have yours as well if you wanted to get rid of it. We're all fighting over this one.
Awesome! Do you want a 'Ukes not Nukes' t-shirt to match the ones Naomi & I have?
Reyalpeleluku says "beware UAS (Ukulele Acquisition Syndrome)"
Cool. I have the same Mahalo. i love the little chordbook that comes with it, that has the funny little pictures.I have found the most satisfying song to play, that sounds nice, is Home On The Range.