View Full Version : Ko'olau CE2 custom Uke for sale -1 year old -condition is perfect!

gabriele woodbine
11-29-2017, 06:02 PM
Purchased this magnificent Uke just over a year ago -

*Would like to sell it in Australia before sending it back to Hawaii - cost me $2,395.00 (US - which is $3,000+ Aust.) would be happy to sell it for $2,000 Australian and would be able to freight if easily within Australia.

For many people, the main advantages to the CE models from Ko’olau are its comfort and convenience for practicing, or recording at home with a lower volume. Great compact thin body perfect for taking around or traveling.
Radius Fingerboard
Gloss Finish
Master Grade Koa

Tenor size 4-string ’Ukulele. Active L.R. Baggs pickup w/volume and tone control. Pearl logo, no fingerboard dots. Tie bridge. Gotoh Ko’olau tuners.
Includes a custom Ko’olau Hardshell Case.
Woods: Solid mahogany chambered body, solid koa wood top, mahogany neck, radius ebony fingerboard and ebony bridge (nut and saddle follow radius)
Bone Nut and Saddle


11-30-2017, 12:01 AM
Just a friendly suggestion - you will likely get more interest if you follow the guidelines posted here:


Most notably NOT using stock photos, and instead using photos of the actual instrument for sale, as well as including a paper with your UU name and date written on it, otherwise potential buyers have no idea of the condition of the instrument on offer, nor visuals to indicate it's condition, and thus despite any text description, have only vague ideas for the expectations of the uke being sold, and this typically leads to major disappointment for the buyer.

Also, you keep posting your phone number publicly on UU, and this is considered ill-advised since it can be appropriated for abuse by automatic web-scraping programs and sold off in batches to hackers that will use it for social engineering and other nefarious activity.

Yes, this is a VERY real thing and one needs to be mindful and protect such information, for UU forum content can be seen by anyone scanning the internet, and NOT just by it's actual members.

Having said the above - Good luck with your sale! :)

gabriele woodbine
11-30-2017, 06:14 PM
Thank you for your comments, very
much appreciated, pretty new at this! :cool:

gabriele woodbine
11-30-2017, 06:15 PM
Btw - although stock photo's -it is the actual instrument in fact from the website where I bought it originally!