Skylark Paddle triangle Jumbo Tenor Ukulele

My Skylark Paddle

Sojing Paddle triangle Jumbo Tenor Ukulele
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For the sound samples it has D'Addario strings and I have tuned it D~G~B~E like a Baritone.

Skylark Paddle

This is from the Jisheng factory in China and has been imported and branded as Skylark by Skylark Guitars. I have seen the same model imported and branded differently by other people

It is quite a big Ukulele with a Scale of 47.5 cm, (20 in), which normally puts it just in the Baritone range, but it is sold as a Tenor, and came with all nylon Tenor Strings so I am happy to say it is a Jumbo Tenor. That said I currently have a set of Baritone strings on it and I can't decide which is better? There does seem to be more rattling and buzz than with the Tenor strings.

Its physical size doesn't stop at the scale length, it has a very wide neck and the thickest sound board I have ever seen! It is 3 ply spruce laminate but any one of the three layers is as thick as a normal sound board. This thickness does lead to it being a little quiet. While I'm on the subject of thickness it also has a very thick rosewood fretboard.

With its paddle shaped and being so solidly built I think you could really use it as a paddle but it does have attractive bindings and quite a nice gloss finish; especially the sides and back