Well, the 3d printed one doesn’t sound as good as a $15 souvenir uke that I bought in Hawaii gift shop, though the cost of building it (material + strings + tuning heads) already exceeds $15… But it’s fun to print and build it myself, and it still sounds better than I expected for one uke printed in plastic, so I’d like to share some recording on this 🙂
Picking only – Dream a little dream of me:
Strumming only – Loke Lani (Melody A+B only. I learned this a while back, and couldn’t quite relearn Melody C back today):
Picking + Strumming – If I only had a brain (without the last verse as I messed it up. And I’m anyways still practicing this for the monthly challenge submission):
The body was printed as a whole. The neck could be printed as one part, but my printer is not large enough, so I printed as 2 pieces and glued them together. The neck then is slotted into the body and glued. The tuning pegs are metal not printed but I swapped the pegs part to match color.