Further to my review of the Uke Leash last week, I have now been able to try it out "in the field" as it were.
It was a standing up ukulele session, and I had put the leash in my uke case - thought I would give it a go.
A few raised eyebrows from fellow musicians, and comments like " you dont need a strap for a uke", but frankly they were wrong. The Uke leash makes holding the uke for extended periods a breeze. They ukulele didnt slip or need its position adjusting, and my fretting, particularly down the neck or on more complex chords was so much easier (the reason being simple - the fretting hand is free to fret, and not worry about having to hold).
I also have found that the Uke Leash means the ukulele can be held away from the body slightly which I think helps with tone projection.
By now fellow players were more intrigued - I removed it and installed it on one of their ukes for them to have a go. They were sold!
Thanks again Lori - brilliant product
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