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    Default New Group- Bader's Raiders

    Just started a group for fans of 'ukuleles made by Hawai'i luthier Emil Bader. I'm the first here but hopefully it will grow.
    http://ukuleleunderground.com/forum/...php?groupid=62
    "I 'ike lakou, o 'oe, ka mea wale no nona ka inoa, o Iehova; O 'oe no ka Mea ki'eki'e loa maluna o ka honua a pau." HALELU 83:18

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    It's for fans right, not just owners? If so, I'd join that...His ukes look awesome...I've been drooling over this one:



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    me too, a fan...
    Jimmy


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    I know what you mean I want this one sooo bad
    Kala Tenor Solid Lacewood and Sprucetop cutaway
    Tenor Rosewood Eleuke
    Bushman Jenny Pineapple

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    I hope he is going to make a guava pineapple.
    Live Aloha
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    I'm a fan too, if not an owner (yet!) I'm really oggling those tamarind models. I wonder how it sounds?

    Still lusting after a Lava Flea and someday, a tenor, maybe?

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    YES, don't need to be a owner just a fan.
    His stuff sure is purdy.
    "I 'ike lakou, o 'oe, ka mea wale no nona ka inoa, o Iehova; O 'oe no ka Mea ki'eki'e loa maluna o ka honua a pau." HALELU 83:18

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    Quote Originally Posted by pithaya9 View Post
    I hope he is going to make a guava pineapple.
    I would love a Tamarind pineapple to go with Milo one already in the works.
    "I 'ike lakou, o 'oe, ka mea wale no nona ka inoa, o Iehova; O 'oe no ka Mea ki'eki'e loa maluna o ka honua a pau." HALELU 83:18

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