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Thread: FS: Kinnards Cocobolo/Cedar Tenor Series 3

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    Default FS: Kinnards Cocobolo/Cedar Tenor Series 3

    Selling a mint 2015 John Kinnard Tenor. I'm the sole owner, this uke has very little play. This uke features nice cocobolo back and sides with western cedar top. Curly Maple binding and purfling. Custom rosette with cocobolo and mother of pearl. Rosewood bridge and fringerboard. A side soundport, GoToh UPT tuners and it's with High Gloss finish. I believe many knows John Kinnard's ukes sounds amazing, nice projection and sustain, great setup therefore extremely easy to play. I'm sure the new owner would be happy with it.

    Price is $2550 include international shipping. Accept Paypal (family and friends only)and Bank Wire.

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    Holy moly, what a beauty.
    Do you have a soundclip?
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    To anyone interested, I have purchased from Jen and was very happy with the transaction. And I've played 30 Kinnards and believe John consistently produces ukes of the highest caliber. Aside from great tone, his ukes get consistently high regards on playability. Lastly, very few match John's amazing precision with purflings and other fine details on build execution.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ukeinfused View Post
    Holy moly, what a beauty.
    Do you have a soundclip?
    I think I can do a simple one, please kindly PM me your email

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukulele Eddie View Post
    To anyone interested, I have purchased from Jen and was very happy with the transaction. And I've played 30 Kinnards and believe John consistently produces ukes of the highest caliber. Aside from great tone, his ukes get consistently high regards on playability. Lastly, very few match John's amazing precision with purflings and other fine details on build execution.
    Thank You Eddie.

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    Jen, that's a beautiful instrument!

    I can speak highly for both Jen (from whom I bought a wonderful ukulele a few years ago) and John Kinnard (who built me a beautiful tenor guitar and whose ukuleles that I have played have all sounded great). I have no doubt that this is a great and very well cared-for instrument.

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    I sent a private message, but don't see it in the sent folder. Let me know if you go it. Sorry new to the forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mds725 View Post
    Jen, that's a beautiful instrument!

    I can speak highly for both Jen (from whom I bought a wonderful ukulele a few years ago) and John Kinnard (who built me a beautiful tenor guitar and whose ukuleles that I have played have all sounded great). I have no doubt that this is a great and very well cared-for instrument.
    Can't agree more that John Kinnard does build beautiful ukes.....but you know me....I have way too many ukes now. I don't have the space like Stan does haha

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    Zowie....geez....
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    Quote Originally Posted by coolcow View Post
    Can't agree more that John Kinnard does build beautiful ukes.....but you know me....I have way too many ukes now. I don't have the space like Stan does haha
    Hahahaha

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