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    Default "Jaws" shark ukulele

    I asked Paul Celentano to build me a ukulele based on the famous poster from the movie "Jaws." This is what he built for me. The space between the teeth is actually the sound hole.

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    Here's to swimming with bowlegged women.

    Nice uke!

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    Oh man..
    That's a wicked uke.
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    That's a fun looking Uke'.


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    Very nicely done. The shark looks 3D.
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    That is great! I don't know if I'd play it at the beach though.
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    Really cool looking uke. If you ever drop anything inside you might lose a finger, though...
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    Ha ha! Thanks, friends! I'm hoping to make a demo video with it later today.

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    Thats a mighty Sharp looking Snappy uke.

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