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Markr1
06-24-2016, 06:20 PM
I am selling my Magic Fluke Tenor with Walnut top and metal frets and rosewood fretboard. No tuner upgrade originals are on it and they do work and hold tune. No pickup. I bought it from Flea Market Music on 6-12-2012. This ukulele was played less then 10 minutes and has been in the bag since 2012 unplayed. It is in mint condition. It is easy to play and has a pleasant sound to it. It comes with the drawstring gig bag which I actually like. Mint condition also. I will throw in the large blue Uke leash pictured also. I have all the original papers and bill of sale that came with, its pictured and will also be sent with ukulele. I even have the double boxes it originally came shipped in also that I will ship in. The original price I paid was $390.00 It would almost be like buying a new one. My price is $300.00 shipped to US only. Paypal or money order accepted. 9208892089920909209192092 Any questions just hit me up. Thanks for looking.

Markr1
06-24-2016, 06:21 PM
More pics. OOPS I put the wrong date on the timestamp. I think it's the 24th.
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lelouden
06-26-2016, 09:28 AM
PM'd.
I see that price includes shipping and you do take paypal. Disregard my stupidity!

Markr1
06-26-2016, 09:45 AM
Sale is pending on this Fluke. Will know for sure if it sold after Wednesday this week.

Markr1
06-29-2016, 06:16 AM
This Fluke is sold. Thanks all that inquired about it.

Markr1
06-29-2016, 07:02 AM
Out of my own curiosity because I don't remember. When I bought this fluke I had it upgraded to a walnut top. Does anyone know because I upgraded would the top be laminate or solid? Thanks.

soupking
06-29-2016, 07:12 AM
The walnut was always laminated. It doesn't even matter, though, I have a koa and a regular one and they both sound good. The koa is maybe a little more crisp, but the marinate works better on other songs- just depends. These ukes are my favorite.

Markr1
06-29-2016, 08:10 AM
Thanks Soupking.

SoloRule
06-29-2016, 09:55 AM
It should be laminated . Don't think there was solid wood few years back.
Thank you for selling the Fluke to me. It will do well on road trip when I don't need to worry about outside temperature.
Mark has been a very good seller. Thank you.

Uke man
06-29-2016, 01:18 PM
The walnut was always laminated. It doesn't even matter, though, I have a koa and a regular one and they both sound good. The koa is maybe a little more crisp, but the marinate works better on other songs- just depends. These ukes are my favorite.

I think they all sound better after they marinate.

Lol. Thanks to Soupking for bringing a smile to my face.

M3Ukulele
06-29-2016, 01:24 PM
My two year old Walnut FLuke, plastic fretboard and pegheds now sounds WAY better than when I got it. I remember MFC telling me when I called in that the older a FLuke and Flea is the better it sounds. I've never done a thing to mine but string and play. It always sits out....... and no humidification. Maybe the laminate is drying out and that makes it sound better??

Markr1
06-29-2016, 02:19 PM
Your very welcome. You are a great buyer! lol. Thank you.