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Thread: FS: FLUKE TENOR w/ WOOD neck and WALNUT TOP

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    Brenda, promise that whoever buys it from you will play as well as you. Then if they don't, you can blame it on the conversion from Canada to the U.S. <smile>

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    PRICE DROPPED

    $260 plus shipping.
    Brenda

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    Hi - can you tell me if the walnut top is laminate or solid wood? I'm pretty new to the fluke instruments, so I'm not sure. Thank you for clarifying!

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    It's Laminate
    Last edited by SoloRule; 04-23-2017 at 07:58 AM.
    Brenda

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    According to Magic Fluke, the walnut tops are laminate:
    "The concert FLUKE has a 15.5" scale length, 15 frets and overall length of 23 inches. Weight is around one pound depending on materials and options. A solid maple or walnut neck, and laminate birch, walnut, mahogany, or solid spruce or koa soundboard, are combined with an injection molded thermoplastic body and polycarbonate or hardwood fretboard creating a full, bright tone, unmatched at this price. Solid koa tops are subject to availability.
    The tenor FLUKE has the same body size with a 17" scale and overall length of 24.5". Like the concert, the tenor easily accommodates GCEA tuning but can also handle the lower DGBE tuning (high D)."
    Both sizes can be ordered in a variety of colors and designs as well as with pickup options. If you don't see the exact color/design combination you are looking for, please ask - not every combination is listed. All Fluke models come standard with Nyltech strings.
    Over 26,000 made, proudly in the USA.

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    I've seen and heard this- it is a fantastic uke.
    This is a solid spruce soundboard with a solid walnut neck- it is not a laminate walnut soundboard.

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    This is a solid spruce soundboard with a solid walnut neck- it is not a laminate walnut soundboard.
    The description says walnut top, and the photos clearly show a walnut top.
    I'm not trying to cause trouble here- I just want to make sure there's no misunderstanding.
    Maybe this is a custom-order solid walnut top? If so, it would be a good idea to say so, for clarification.

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    It's Laminate
    It's Rosewood fretboard for sure.
    This uke stays in tune longer than my custom built ukes.
    Anyway, it's a good deal either way. If you are serious please PM me.
    Last edited by SoloRule; 04-23-2017 at 07:59 AM.
    Brenda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernie View Post
    The description says walnut top, and the photos clearly show a walnut top.
    I'm not trying to cause trouble here- I just want to make sure there's no misunderstanding.
    Maybe this is a custom-order solid walnut top? If so, it would be a good idea to say so, for clarification.
    My mistake, I was confused with another, sorry.

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    Sorry I forgot to do this. Here it is:


    With Hand writing note.jpg
    Brenda

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