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  1. #31
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Toronto , Canada


    Quote Originally Posted by sbanacho View Post
    Does anyone know if the HMS store carries more in stock than they show on their web site?
    I was told by their staff. On line has more if you are looking at the high end ukes.
    Can’t expect them to display everything in the store and let everyone walk in just to play around with it
    If you are looking at under $500 ukes. Yes I saw a wall full of it.
    They definitely had the most ukes on display than any other one in tourtist area

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  2. #32
    Join Date
    Jul 2009
    Seattle, WA


    Janeray1940, if you visit the Good Guys, please stop by the Kapahulu Starbucks as my daughter is
    the current manager (Jan 2018)

    During the Summer, my wife walks there to get a beverage, then walks to Leonards for a malasadas or 2, then
    walks back to Starbucks for another beverage

    I sometimes meet her and our daughter before heading to the Makai Food Court at Ala Moana Center to serenade
    the Aunties who make paper leis for visiting and dining tourists. There are several of us there near Cinnabon and
    Honolulu Cookie Co, eating, talking story and enjoying a modest kanikapila (until security comes by)

    come and join us. I won't be back til Ukulele Festival time, mid July, LORD willing.

    keep uke'in',

    PS I concur with all of the above, esp visiting Hawaii Music Supply/The Ukulele
    Site, in Haleiwa on the North Shore. if you get there mid-day, Len might be
    there along with Corey Fujimoto and Kalei Gamiao!! I've been there when they
    were simply playing around and creating a mini concert! You can see Corey
    and Kalei on the HMS website featuring various ukes! Wonderful players, both!
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  3. #33
    Join Date
    Nov 2008
    San Pedro, CA


    Quote Originally Posted by SoloRule View Post

    Kamaka factory is the closest to Waikiki in comparison to Ko'Aloha and Kanilie'a . You may be able to take public transportation there.
    Actually, now that KoAloha is in their new factory location, they are closer to Waikiki than Kamaka, pretty much across the street from the Ala Moana Shopping Center at 1234 Kona Street, on the second floor. They have tours there each day from Monday to Friday, I think at 1pm.
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  4. #34
    Join Date
    Apr 2015
    Toronto , Canada


    Alo Moana would be a great place if your spouse and kids don’t want to visit the factory. They can always spend time at Alo Moana. That’s a smart move for koaloha!

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