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Pippin
10-17-2010, 04:37 AM
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http://www.tricornpublications.com/images/super_concert1sm.jpg

http://www.tricornpublications.com/images/super_concert2sm.jpg

I have been breaking-in the strings on these and plan to post a couple of videos today. KoAloha does beautiful work. These two ukes are not just stunning in appearance, they sound amazing.

Lexxy
10-17-2010, 04:43 AM
Go KoAloha!! I have the second one, but with a crown bridge :D

Lori
10-17-2010, 06:24 AM
Nice photos of the ukuleles! Did you take them? Are these KoAlohas different from their regular catalog? I can't wait to watch your video review!!! Someday, I will have a KoAloha.... the question is which one and when?

–Lori

mm stan
10-17-2010, 07:29 AM
Aloha Pippin,
Absoultely stunning.......thanks for sharing....will be waiting for your reviews....
Have fun and enjoy them ukes....."Keep strumming them strings" MM Stan...

Pippin
10-17-2010, 11:35 AM
Nice photos of the ukuleles! Did you take them? Are these KoAlohas different from their regular catalog? I can't wait to watch your video review!!! Someday, I will have a KoAloha.... the question is which one and when?

–Lori

These were taken today in my photographic studio. It is the same backdrop I use on 95 percent of the images in Ukulele Player Magazine. It is a hand-painted midnight gray backdrop. I use fixed tungsten lamps (3400 degress light temperature) and I use a blue filter to balance the color to daylight.

Lori
10-17-2010, 12:02 PM
These were taken today in my photographic studio. It is the same backdrop I use on 95 percent of the images in Ukulele Player Magazine. It is a hand-painted midnight gray backdrop. I use fixed tungsten lamps (3400 degress light temperature) and I use a blue filter to balance the color to daylight.
Nice job. Check your PM.
–Lori