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    Waiting for a Tiny Baritone.... but sure it's very low priority. However, I hope they consider it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bratsche View Post
    Waiting for a Tiny Baritone.... but sure it's very low priority. However, I hope they consider it!

    bratsche
    Now that would have my interest as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bratsche View Post
    Waiting for a Tiny Baritone.... but sure it's very low priority. However, I hope they consider it!

    bratsche
    "Tiny Baritone" as much an oxymoron as "Jumbo Soprano"

    But they did use the Tiny Tenor body for their newTiny Tenor Guilele so anything is possible.
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    RC is doing some great things. Recently picked TT solid top tenor and I love it. Good job Romero Creations. I really like what you are doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownUpDave View Post
    "Tiny Baritone" as much an oxymoron as "Jumbo Soprano"
    To clarify (if necessary), I just meant a scaled-up TT - i.e., a baritone scale uke the length of a tenor.

    Not that I'd buy one, but I'd wait for someone here to take the plunge, then say "no, thanks" and sell it to me at a discount in the marketplace.

    Romeros are nice, but out of my league price wise, and I only buy instruments (as well as many other things) pre-owned, just on general principle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bratsche View Post
    To clarify (if necessary), I just meant a scaled-up TT - i.e., a baritone scale uke the length of a tenor.

    Not that I'd buy one, but I'd wait for someone here to take the plunge, then say "no, thanks" and sell it to me at a discount in the marketplace.

    Romeros are nice, but out of my league price wise, and I only buy instruments (as well as many other things) pre-owned, just on general principle.

    bratsche
    If they made it, I would probably buy it, bratsche. Of course only if they offered it in the overseas version (my wallet would not allow the premium version). Thing is, I probably wouldn't be selling it though

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    Uke Republic now has one of the Replica models available (Spruce/Mahogany). Here's a demo from Mike:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9mmqTNai0E

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    Ukulele Site now has all four listed.
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    The price point of the replica makes it a solid contender when looking at intermediately priced ukes. Can wait to hear more samples and reviews on them.

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    For those of you that own the TT or the XS soprano, what hard case do you use? Seems like it would be harder to find a hard case for these ukes.
    My ukulele family.....
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