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    mine is Maika cause it looks Jamaican ๐Ÿ™‚


    I have a Kala ka-cemb. The โ€œbโ€ meaning it is blue. It has a sort of blue-green tropical look to it, so I named it Mako after the blue shark. ๐Ÿ™‚


    Mine is named Ned after the Twenty One Pilots Ned. It is because they inspired me to play the uke and who doesnโ€™t love Ned, heโ€™s adorable


    joshie because josh dun

    storybook tales

    Gerard Way


    My alto uke’s name is George after George Harrison (and yes, I have instruments named after all of the Beatles), and my soprano uke’s name is Higgins, which is a long story.




    Lilianne (yes it’s spelled that way on purpose ๐Ÿ˜€ )

    A. Mann


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