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whmeltonjr
09-08-2016, 12:48 PM
Hello all. I would like to sell my Kala Acacia Soprano KA-ASAC-S. I purchased this new and restrung it with Worth Brown strings. The reason I'm selling is I ordered a Pono Mango Soprano today, and I promised my wife I wouldn't keep around multiple ukuleles of the same type, a promise I'm sure to regret one day soon.

The uke is in excellent condition (pardon the dust on the headstock), sans one cosmetic mark on the bottom that I took two photos of. One makes it look far worse than it actually is, and one that shows it from a regular angle. The ukulele will be shipped double boxed and with a soft case that is for a concert ukulele. I would like $OLD! for it, and that includes shipping to the CON US. Payment by PayPal.

EDIT: To answer this question for other people that may be interested as well, I am the original owner and I purchased it from Pro Music Exchange one month ago.

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whmeltonjr
09-08-2016, 12:50 PM
Last two photos
http://i.imgur.com/gFzrOS2.jpg
http://i.imgur.com/U4dnQex.jpg

whmeltonjr
09-10-2016, 11:21 AM
Price drop. Was $200, now $185.

Ukeatl
09-10-2016, 03:32 PM
I am sending a private message now.

RonT
09-11-2016, 03:59 AM
Am curious about the bridge. The bridge on mine (~ three years older) has one hole per string, vs. the two on yours. Interesting 'upgrade'. Either way, one heck of a buy for the next owner.
Cheers,
R

whmeltonjr
09-11-2016, 10:27 AM
Am curious about the bridge. The bridge on mine (~ three years older) has one hole per string, vs. the two on yours. Interesting 'upgrade'. Either way, one heck of a buy for the next owner.
Cheers,
R

I'm curious what the deciding factor was in switching to this style as well. It's still easy to restring, just a bit different. This is a great playing ukulele, and realistically I should probably wait until my Pono comes in before selling this one because I do enjoy the way it plays and sounds.