Sold Out $ 155.00
Hi, just getting back into it after not being around a quitar for years. Thought I would get into the uke. Read a nice posting in the NY Times about Orangewood and was lucky to get your last tenor. Enjoying it.
I'm a repeat customer and just bought a Harper Tenor Ukulele . Changed the strings to low G Oasis and thing plays by itself .
The Harper Tenor is my first tenor uke. I have cheap Rogue Soprano that I'm going to have to change out the tuning pegas on and I have a concert lenth banjolele that I like. I have a couple of baritone scale ukes that I like to play because it plays and sounds more like a guitar. I have three OW guitars that I really like so I took a chance on this Harper tenor. It's very nice looking and sounds good. Within a week it was staying in tune. The reason for four stars is that the C string tuning peg has a lot of slop in the gearing. It works but it's noticeably different feeling tuning that string.