#1
Ok this may seem like a retarded question, but I was wondering if anyone had some ideas on how to get that light "plucky" ukulele sound out of an electric, if at all possible. I've tried a couple amp/guitar sound combinations, never quite works. I like the ukulele sound, but I would rather not purchase one, I'm fine with my six string.

So ideas anyone?
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#2
In my experiences finger picking with a bit of your nails can give a light and plucky tone,other than that I have no idea honestly.

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#4
I know this is kind of stupid, but on occasion I will play chords an octave up and where there is open stings I just hit the harmonics. When you play a uke you also kind of slap the stings, I think.
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