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Thread: "Frisco Uke", Concert size, Hand Crafted and designed by Marc Silber & Chuck Fayne

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teek View Post
    Thanks, I was trying to help with a bump and my observation. but I just accidentally bought another Tacoma so now will be selling ukes myself til I equalize my finances. The quickest cure for UAS besides a Moore Bettah seems to be GAS! Did you catch the final price on the koa Chief on eBay?

    This IS a gorgeous uke! So *bump*.
    Thanks Teek...I appreciate the bump. It looks like you and I share a few of the same serious maladies!! :-)
    Last edited by warndt; 10-19-2017 at 02:44 PM.

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    Lowered asking price to $750.00 shipped.

    Feel free to ask any questions or requests.
    Last edited by warndt; 10-20-2017 at 06:07 AM.

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    That is one gorgeous ukulele!

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    Very cool uke.
    What's the nut width?
    Can we hear a sound bite?
    Tracie

    Island Koa Instruments, prototype GBP soprano, Peter Howlett #153
    Weymann soprano, 20's or 30's?
    Martin O, 1961
    Kiwaya KTS-7
    Kala KA-ASOV-S
    Koaloha KCM-00
    Kanile'a K1 Concert
    Kamaka 1969 Tiki Concert
    Larrivee UT40MHO spruce/hog Tenor
    Kamaka HF-3 Tenor

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    Ukeinfused,
    I don't have recording equipment, but here is a sample of what they sound like:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u-QRjG4p-n4

    Nut width is 1-7/16"

    The sample above is the best I could find...
    Last edited by warndt; 10-30-2017 at 11:37 AM.

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    Thanks to all for the kind words. It is a beautiful instrument indeed.

    Sorry about the lack of recording samples... other than for use in sales, I have no need to record. I'm a low tech kinda guy anyway.


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    I know someone who has one of those. It is really well made and a great player. Good luck with the sale!

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    Thanks EDW. I appreciate the well-wishes.

    Whoever buys this one will be very happy with it. These rarely come up for sale.

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    SOLD...Going back to the Bay Area.
    Last edited by warndt; 11-06-2017 at 09:14 PM.

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