Soprano ukulele

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Jo Dusepo
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Soprano ukulele

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Here's a soprano ukulele I built for a customer in the Channel Islands, UK.
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Nice! These 2 instruments look like they must be cousins :D

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Ryan Mazzocco wrote:Nice! These 2 instruments look like they must be cousins :D
Which two? This and the jarana? Well, there are distantly related. The ukulele is from the Portuguese cavaquinho taken to Hawaii by sailors, and the Jarana is from to the baroque guitar taken to Mexico by Spanish colonists.
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