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    Default Howlett Tenor for sale - UK

    Hello,

    This is up on eBay. If anyone is interested, please message me directly to discuss. Happy to talk through individually, why I am selling etc and discuss price. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by pix.fairydust View Post
    Hello,

    This is up on eBay. If anyone is interested, please message me directly to discuss. Happy to talk through individually, why I am selling etc and discuss price. Thanks
    Hi I think this is in the wrong section, should be Marketplace?
    It's not what you've got. It's how you play it

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    Here's the ebay link. Good luck with the sale, it's a nice looking instrument.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Pete-Howle...UAAOSwAJFZ3RXD
    All the best,
    Campbell

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    Quote Originally Posted by valde002 View Post
    Hi I think this is in the wrong section, should be Marketplace?
    Actually, no, the Marketplace guidelines mention that eBay links should go into this section. Pix picked the proper place.

    Good luck with the sale! I would have tried here first to avoid the excessive eBay fees.

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    No longer for sale - sorry - this I'm keeping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pix.fairydust View Post
    No longer for sale - sorry - this I'm keeping!
    Good move!
    Ziegenspeck Spruce and Yew Tenor, Howlett Mahogany Concert, Howlett Spruce and Walnut Tenor scale Concert, Alder Concert and a couple of others.....

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    Thanks I am beyond happy now, I can't even tell you! It sounds amazing and plays beautifully, and all without a lick of pain! I am super happy

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    Happy to hear you found strings that make it a joy to play! What strings did you settle on?

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    I went with living water strings. These are my new favourites, along with Fremont blackline

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    Quote Originally Posted by pix.fairydust View Post
    I went with living water strings. These are my new favourites, along with Fremont blackline
    I like the Living Water strings, too. They are my go-to strings for my Black Bear soprano, and they work well on the Famous soprano also. My other strings are Aquila Reds, but they are very different in sound and feel, and I use them on the ukes where I want the extra punch and brightness. I used to think the LW were just like Worth (can buy those locally), but they are quite different.

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