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    Default For Sale: Pahu Kani Custom Longneck Super Concert Ukulele

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    SOLD! Pahu Kani Custom Longneck Super Concert. Mint-condition, late-model (2009 I believe), all-koa ukulele made in Hawaii by custom-builder Manny Halican of the Ukulele Guild of Hawaii. Manny works out of Waianae on the island of Oahu, and custom builds just 14 to 16 ukulele each year. This one is numbered 046.

    Beautiful natural koa face, and wood-stained koa back and sides. The ironwood neck is also wood-stained. Gloss finish overall. Rosewood fretboard and bridge. Corian front and back binding. Mother-of-Pearl rosette and position markers. Open-gear Grover tuners. Tenor-size neck with a zero fret, 18-fret board, and 14-frets to the body. Freshly strung with Aquila Nylgut. Overall length is 26-1/8 inches. Comes with a like-new, black hard-foam case and in-case Herco humidifier. Great tone and sustain, with a sweet and mellow voice.

    Too many ukes, so this Pahu Kani spends most of its time resting in its case. Please give it a new home! Only $650 for this full-custom, made-in-Hawaii, koa ukulele. Shipping and insurance from Hawaii is $65 within the USA; $75 foreign. PayPal only please. Sorry, no trades. Aloha.
    Last edited by dananda; 03-03-2011 at 07:45 PM.

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    Aloha Dananda,
    I've heard of Manny of Waianae ukes...they look aweaome...Good Luck!!! Happy Holidays!!! MM Stan..

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    Thanks, MM Stan.
    Yes, Manny builds his ukuleles with artistry, craftsmanship, and much Aloha. Happy Holidays to you!
    dananda

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    Sold! This Pahu Kani has found a new home.

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    Wow, does the good stuff, reasonably priced, sell quickly. Just reinforces the old saying:
    "If you snooze, you lose."
    Soooooo many ukes, sooooooo little time

    Soprano: Pre-war Martin "O"; 81-82 Kamaka White Label; Makai PK-55; Grizzly kit; Lehua Longneck;
    Morgan Monroe Banjo Uke; KPK acacia long neck soprano pineapple.
    Concert: Pono MCD-E; Kala Reso-burst; Rally banjo; Bruce Wei Acacia teardrop; KPK acacia Cutaway;
    Oscar Schmidt OU5; Epiphone LP vintage burst;
    Tenor: Risa semi-hollowbody electric (red one); Pono PT-6 Mahogany 6 string; Mele Koa; Kala solid mahogany A/E cutaway

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    Manny builds some nice $**T . . . Dang, dat was quick!


    Nana ka maka; ho`olohe ka pepeiao;
    pa`a ka waha.

    Observe with the eyes; listen with the ears; shut the mouth.
    Thus one learns.


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