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Luthier Ukulele tahitien 8 cordes "signature rarahu"
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  • 2007.pierre2007.pierre

    Beautiful instrument

    Luthier Ukulele tahitien 8 cordes "signature rarahu"Published on 05/07/13 at 13:44
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    The use of this instrument falls within the generous and poetic character of the Tahitians, where music makes sense in terms of relaxation and enjoyment of life.
    I love the eight strings, a little difficult for my fat fingers is why I prefer the original four-string built on the basis of a large coconut.
    While a lifestyle that should be copied.

    UTILIZATION

    ergonomics is good and very nice instrument

    SOUNDS

    The sound is related to the type of music, perfect if we remain within the application of islands music dream where joy reigns.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since my first visit to Tahiti ages ago, but I prefer my old friend built on the basis of a coconut.
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    The use of this instrument falls within the generous and poetic character of the Tahitians, where music makes sense in terms of relaxation and enjoyment of life.
    I love the eight strings, a little difficult for my fat fingers is why I prefer the original four-string built on the basis of a large coconut.
    While a lifestyle that should be copied.

    UTILIZATION

    ergonomics is good and very nice instrument

    SOUNDS

    The sound is related to the type of music, perfect if we remain within the application of islands music dream where joy reigns.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since my first visit to Tahiti ages ago, but I prefer my old friend built on the basis of a coconut.
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  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Luthier Ukulele tahitien 8 cordes "signature rarahu"Published on 11/03/08 at 03:50
    (Originally written by Polln/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

    This instrument from the French Polynesia is very unusual compared to Hawaiian ukuleles. The Tahitian ukulele is often made out of coconut tree wood with 8 strings and the sound hole in the back of the body facing the musician. It produces loud volumes so that the ukulele player can interact with guitars on the same level. On the other hand, the Hawaiian ukulele has only 4 (big) strings and a common body with the sound hole in the front.

    UTILIZATION

    The Tahitian ukulele's design is conceived to allow frequent tone changes so access to high-pitched notes is essential. The shaping of the instrument is wonderful and origin…
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    (Originally written by Polln/translated from Audiofanzine FR)

    This instrument from the French Polynesia is very unusual compared to Hawaiian ukuleles. The Tahitian ukulele is often made out of coconut tree wood with 8 strings and the sound hole in the back of the body facing the musician. It produces loud volumes so that the ukulele player can interact with guitars on the same level. On the other hand, the Hawaiian ukulele has only 4 (big) strings and a common body with the sound hole in the front.

    UTILIZATION

    The Tahitian ukulele's design is conceived to allow frequent tone changes so access to high-pitched notes is essential. The shaping of the instrument is wonderful and original.

    SOUNDS

    I discovered the ukulele thanks to Matata from Tahiti. After several unsuccessful attempts I realized that I wasn't born to play either guitar or bass. I like to play keyboards but the ukulele brought me back to stringed instruments thanks to its tonal character. Its is positively THE instrument for me..

    OVERALL OPINION

    If a friend of yours ever flies to Tahiti, ask him for a ukulele.......
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