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Thread: Master Grade Australian Blackwood Concert - Picture Set

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    Default Master Grade Australian Blackwood Concert - Picture Set

    This will be the third instrument of mine for this client. Must be doing something right.

    So it's Australian Blackwood with sap wood bindings. Ebony trim and finished in high gloss polyurethane. 16" scale length and 14 frets to the body. Strung up with Worth Clears.

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    Beautiful! As usual, of course.

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    Not too shabby
    All the best,
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    As always so beautiful and now there's that little bit of inlay that raises the standard even higher. Keep them coming!

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    Stunning uke. What brand of polyurethane are you using?
    Victor Jones
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    Doing something right would be an understatement. Beautiful work Allen and a gorgeous instrument. Just love the looks of the Blackwood.

    Cheers,

    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diogenes Blue View Post
    Stunning uke. What brand of polyurethane are you using?
    Called Mirothane made in Australia. Only available here and New Zealand as far as I'm aware.

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    I think I just had it with all your beautiful ukuleles, I'm going into my corner and sulk.

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