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Ahnko Honu
08-21-2010, 08:43 PM
Not mine, and needs a tuning peg but a great deal at starting bid of $9.95. ;)
http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Polk-A-Lay-Ukulele-Peterson-/330463124127?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0
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mm stan
08-22-2010, 12:10 AM
Aloha Ahnko,
How do you find long strings for it?....sugi to da rescue....he he
Looks like a awesome deal!!
Never was a fan of those poke through holes and fish to the soundholes and tie knot..style.
But for $9.95 who cares.... lol
thanks for sharing......MM Stan..
Are those beads above the nut to hold the string together????HMMM

dkcrown
08-22-2010, 02:52 AM
Aloha Ahnko,
How do you find long strings for it?....sugi to da rescue....he he
Looks like a awesome deal!!
Never was a fan of those poke through holes and fish to the soundholes and tie knot..style.
But for $9.95 who cares.... lol
thanks for sharing......MM Stan..
Are those beads above the knot to hold the string together????HMMM

Hi mmstan. Worth strings come packaged double length and are long enough for both the Polk-a-lay-lee and the Singing Treholipee. I have one of each. I did have Guadalupe custom strings make up some black and orange striped strings for my orange Singing Treholipee. You don't need beads in the knot. Simply tie a knot just small enough to fit through the holes in the soundboard and slide the string into the slot.