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ukulelecowboy
12-08-2011, 07:16 AM
The Ukulele Cowboy Society is thrilled and honored to have been listed on the Ko'oloau/Pono endorsement page.

http://www.koolauukulele.com/endorsements.html

We play Pono ukuleles exclusively when we perform and recorded our new CD and holiday single with Ponos.

I just received a Pono solid Acacia Deluxe Baritone that I ordered several months ago. It is wonderful and as soon as I have finished with my personal setup, I'll post photos and a sound file.

Thanks to John Kitakis for his strong and continued support of independent music and of The Ukulele Cowboy Society.

GinnyT11
12-08-2011, 09:59 AM
Nice going!

Give us a treat and post again photos of your tremendous uke collection. (Maybe use the panorama lens.)
I think it was about 75 ukes---are you holding steady?

Pippin
12-08-2011, 10:33 AM
Congrats, Mike!

I'll have a review of your new CD in the next issue of Ukulele Player. Thanks for the opportunity.

ukulelecowboy
12-08-2011, 10:46 AM
Thanks! Yeah, we've been on hold with the collection since we got busy with the band. In fact, I'm thinking of selling off a few to make some more room in out rehearsal space. So stay tuned!


Nice going!

Give us a treat and post again photos of your tremendous uke collection. (Maybe use the panorama lens.)
I think it was about 75 ukes---are you holding steady?

ukulelecowboy
12-08-2011, 10:47 AM
Thanks for the nice wishes and the great support, Mickey. We really appreciate it.

Jesse and I are so glad to hear that you are doing well health-wise. We hope you have a great Holiday and New Year!


Congrats, Mike!

I'll have a review of your new CD in the next issue of Ukulele Player. Thanks for the opportunity.

Dan Uke
12-08-2011, 01:07 PM
I am not sure if it's correct but don't you mean "in" vs. "is"

southcoastukes
12-08-2011, 06:11 PM
Congrats, Mike!

I'll have a review of your new CD in the next issue of Ukulele Player. Thanks for the opportunity.

Won't give away too much, Pip, but I have a copy.

I will say it's an excellent production - the horns give a nice old time feel!

Uke Republic
12-08-2011, 06:43 PM
Awesome!!! I'm enjoying the new acacia, I look forward to hearing you play the baritone.
John Kitakis is a great guy. He really cares about the instruments he makes too.