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Dan Uke
06-01-2011, 08:52 PM
http://losangeles.craigslist.org/lgb/msg/2415538419.html

Saw this on CL and Alley Kat is very reputable store out in Cypress, which is close to Huntington Beach, CA.

http://www.alleykatsheetmusic.com/

It's $850 including hard case out the door...I wonder if they would give even more discount for cash???? Great price!!! I actually saw this uke in person but decided on getting the Koaloha Tenor instead. BTW, they didn't have any Kamaka tenors in stock.

Times might be tough when retail stores advertise on CL or you can look at it great free advertising. ;)

Someone should pick it up if you live in So Cal

mds725
06-01-2011, 09:00 PM
Does the 20% off on the first Monday of the month apply to ukuleles?

Dan Uke
06-01-2011, 09:09 PM
Does the 20% off on the first Monday of the month apply to ukuleles?


Yes but I assume it doesn't apply to this price...I assume retail price. It doesn't hurt to call. I wanna go this coming Monday for some strings but they don't have any Worth strings right now.

wickedwahine11
06-02-2011, 12:10 PM
Seems odd they don't have a photo listed. @nongdam - How did it look when you saw it in person? Did you get a chance to play it?

Ronnie Aloha
06-02-2011, 12:33 PM
Alley Cat has been at the Cerritos Uke Fest in So. Cal. before so they are legit. I must be out of touch with things, is $850 a good price on a Kamaka concert? If so, someone got a deal on the concert I sold a few months ago!

janeray1940
06-02-2011, 12:52 PM
is $850 a good price on a Kamaka concert?

Current MSRP is $870, and there's usually tax on top of that - here in Santa Monica tax is 10%! So, $850 out the door for a brand-new instrument is a pretty decent price.

Dan Uke
06-06-2011, 02:04 PM
Includes the hard case too. It looked nice but I didn't play it as I knew I was getting a Koaloha. To be honest, when did a "K" not looked nice. Anyways, playability is most important and I didn't test it out