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I have recently thought about a baritone solid body electric tuned like bass but up an octave like the Luna acoustic.
I just bought an electric solid body. I really like it. It is a deeper blue than the picture. It has great action and sound. The only problem I have with it is "three fingers in the same fret space" chords in the middle of the fretboard, specifically an Asus chord. I can play a D or E inversion to make those a non-issue. In order to play it, I have to shove my fingers into the fret space in a triangular fashion. I think that would be true on any guitarlele so I wouldn't hold it against the Vorson.
I have 12 ukuleles one guitalele, one guitar, two short scale basses, two keyboards, one keytar, one piano, one organ, a full set of harmonicas, a jews harp, a slap top cajon, and my husband has six guitars and a banjo.
I'd like to get a harp ukulele, a transparent outdoor ukulele, and a sopranissimo ukulele yet but don't need any of them...well maybe the harp ukulele but that's it.
I am thinking about building a solid body electric 11-string harp tenor ukulele (seven harp strings/four uke strings) or a solid body electric double neck 4 and 8-string tenor. Maybe both.
csorthofeet I am pretty sure you are here as a spammer because we are talking about straps but I may look into your shoes because after a four-hour gig my feet hurt.
I just took a listen and think you might have some D, Em, G and A chords for starters.
There are contests to win ukuleles. I have won two so far. One here on this website when they used to have tab contests and the other one I won was at a ukulele festival I went to. A local music store ten miles from me has a contest to win one right now.