Sound sample from the one and only, Corey Fujimoto.
Why do Moore Bettahs sound so great? Well… this artist/craftsman, with a driving work ethic and incredible talent, grew from years of ukulele experimentation and luthier meditation, until he finally reached enlightenment. Now the wood obeys him. The sound waves line up like Waimea Bay during the Eddie Aikau. The magic of nature!
Recording is with stereo Schoeps mics, a Canon 5D mrk2 camera, and this awesome lens, Canon 200mm f/2L (my friend, Selwyn in Singapore loaned me). This lens is so good! Just like the uke, I can’t imagine any better!
There’s a big difference in this $6,000 lens and my $1,000 one, and the same is true in the ukulele department. Otherwise, I wouldn’t have taken the time to show you this instrument that’s already sold. But showing the best ukes in the world is my favorite part of the job. Another passionate ukulele player from Europe joins the MB Ohana! Much More Moore Bettah most likely to come. (Try saying that 5 times fast!)See more MB Video Blogs Here.