Tag Archives: Oscar Schmidt
Family Photo 20112
January 1, 2011 by Tim
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! And what a year! Just like last year I am posting all the ukes that are at …
Oscar Schmidt OU-26 Full Review6
July 22, 2010 by Tim
The OU-26 is basically an OU-2 with 6 strings. The C and A Strings have an octave string with them (C is up and octave, A is down an octave) Other than that they are identical.
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November 6, 2009 by Tim
So….I gat an e-mail from JR.com about black friday deals. I guess they are doing “deals” on every Friday of Novemeber. Well today they happen to have a ukulele. This is a place where I buy a lot of my electronics, but hey its a pretty good price.
Oscar Schmidt OU7T No Strings Attached Review8
July 1, 2009 by Tim
Today we are looking at an Oscar Schmidt Spalted Mango Tenor (OU7T). This being a No Strings Attached Review I will not be rating this instrument. This Tenor is one of the 10 ukuleles I had the pleasure to play while I was at the U.S. Music Corp. factory recently
Oscar Schmidt OU250Bell No Strings Attached Review9
June 26, 2009 by Tim
Today we are looking at an Oscar Schmidt Bell ukulele (OU250Bell). This being a No Strings Attached Review I will not be rating this instrument. The bell is one of the 10 ukuleles I had the pleasure to play while In was at the U.S. Music Corp. factory recently. I was only able to play it for a short time, but I am hoping that I will have an opportunity to do a full review some day. (Wink Wink, Nudge, Nudge Tom)
My visit to Oscar Schmidt12
June 21, 2009 by Tim
I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to tour the U.S. Music Corp. factory in Mundelein, IL Friday. U.S. Music Corp is the parent company for many brands such as Washburn, Parker Guitars, Randall Amps, Oscar Schmidt, and many more brands that we see all the time. I contacted them last week just on a whim, I knew they were in a suburb of Chicago and I am only a few hours away, so I figured that they might let me review a ukulele, a tall order since I do not have a readership at this point. But as luck would have it Tom Ferrone contacted me right away and he asked me to come and see the factory. He Said he would have a few ukes for me to review when I got there.