View Full Version : FS: Excellent Condition 2015 Kamaka Tenor Long Neck (HF-3L)

05-04-2019, 10:27 AM
After buying a HF3-D4I (Jake Blue), I have decided to part with my HF-3L (Long Neck Tenor) to make space in my small New York studio. Tonally, the HF-3L is outstandingóyouíll get sparkle on the E and A strings on the longer scale that just isnít there on the standard 17Ē scale. Resonance and sustain are excellent with a booming bass response from the G and C strings. The fretboard also gives you a little bit more space to work with if youíve got larger hands. Iíll miss this instrumentóbut Iím sure someone will enjoy it.

I consider this instrument to be excellent used condition. You may find some minor love marks from normal usage but this instrument has been played sparingly in its life because I work 70-90 hours a week and donít spend much time at home anymore. Itís been well cared for and I believe the pictures accurately reflect the condition. Please let me know if youíd like more pictures of anything in particular.

This instrument will include the excellent Kamaka factory case, warranty card, and HMS setup quality control card. It is currently strung with a low-G Worth full flouracarbon set which I think is a good fit for the instrument.

Production date: July 09 2015.

Asking Price: $OLD (includes shipping to the USA and PayPal fees)
Retail Price: $1,545

Please send me a message if youíd like to purchase this instrument. Thanks for looking!





05-04-2019, 10:27 AM
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05-04-2019, 12:16 PM
I have one of these Ukes ... it is one of my favourite.

I am sure the new owner will be very happy.

I use Aquila Sugar Low G, and I might add in a Thomastik Infeld for the 3rd string if I was looking for a wound 3rd.

It is in superb shape. Good luck with the sale.

Uke man
05-04-2019, 03:45 PM
Is the body the same size as the Kamaka tenors.

Not a super tenor which has the bari body like the Kanilea's?

05-04-2019, 05:03 PM
Is the body the same size as the Kamaka tenors.

Not a super tenor which has the bari body like the Kanilea's?

Tenor body.

The tone is really superb. I like it as a low G.