View Full Version : Fender Pa'ina

03-29-2012, 10:48 AM
Aloha ya'll!

I recently bought a Fender Pa'ina and love it! However, I must feed my addiction and buy a ko'aloha, and therefore must sell this one. I'm totally torn about doing this, but can't have 4! The pa'ina is Fender's tenor uke. Its made of solid monogany, has a built-in pick-up, and comes with a gig bag. I'm asking for $250 firm, but will pay for shipping and throw in a couple accessories, including extra aquella strings and a Fender clip-on tuner. This uke is currently tuned to low g (aquella) and is in the same condition in which it was purchased ($300 in January)(no scratches or problems whatsoever).

I'm also willing to part with my Kamoa. PM for pics or questions.

PM with with any questions! Cheers!

03-29-2012, 12:46 PM
I just played this model today at lunch at my local music store. I was surprised at how good it sounded. Good luck with the sale!

03-30-2012, 02:24 AM
It is a great instrument. Gets a bad rap in the online reviews. I'm really bummed that I have to sell it.

03-31-2012, 08:29 PM
I have the Nohea (plywood) model of this, that I bought as my first decent ukulele. I added a MISI pickup later.

Yes, these things do get bad reviews, because of the first run of them. I believe a lot of issues were corrected after that.

I bought the Nohea about a year or so after they were on the market and completely love mine. The intonation is near perfect.

I am typing this, because I think the Fenders have gotten a "bad rap" simply because of the first run.

Considering when you got this, I am sure yours is a great instrument and at a great price.

Good luck!

04-02-2012, 06:38 AM
Ya. I find myself reaching for this uke more than the other two combined.

04-04-2012, 07:51 AM
Please dont make me put this up on ebay! This is an amazing starter tenor!