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Thread: Look at this 1910-1920's Royal Hawaiian! Here it is on Uke'n Talk Vintage Episode 6

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    Default Look at this 1910-1920's Royal Hawaiian! Here it is on Uke'n Talk Vintage Episode 6

    Hello All, another fine vintage ukulele makes it's debut. The Royal Hawaiian all Koa soprano.

    Episode 6 is now ready for your viewing pleasure:
    http://youtu.be/MRED7S5c0xI

    Previous episodes of Uke'n Talk Vintage:

    Episode 1: http://youtu.be/czCWhg5qb9E
    Episode 2: http://youtu.be/9ztxolKVO5U
    Episode 3: http://youtu.be/nQEXzrdIyKw
    Episode 4: http://youtu.be/924hBx1u_t4
    Episode 5: http://youtu.be/XxEx-hI0G20

    Many many more episodes with vintage ukes coming throughout 2014.

    Give us a shout on the comment page of the video if you like this uke.
    Thanks for watchin!
    Keep on Uke'n!
    Jay
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    "I only need just one more..." final last words to wife.

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    Awesome little beauty. Great review, just subscribed so I don't miss any. Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhilUSAFRet View Post
    Awesome little beauty. Great review, just subscribed so I don't miss any. Thanks for sharing
    Thanks for watching. It is a real gem. We have a lot more on the way. I just picked up a nearly new mint 1962/63 Martin Bari from the original owner. Kept in his closet for 50+ years and was played for only a few months. Should arrive today.
    Last edited by blue_knight_usa; 01-29-2014 at 04:41 AM.
    Keep on Uke'n!
    Jay
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    I hope people enjoy these vintage uke discussions. There just seems to be very little information about the different brands/builders so Jay and I decided to share what we know!

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    Awesome episode guys, thanks so much for sharing. Truly is a beautiful uke

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