PDA

View Full Version : PONO Tenor 6 string



perep
06-09-2013, 08:03 AM
Have a NEW (1 hour play) on this 6 string tenor, solid mahogany. This I bought from Ko'olau direct, is one of their ends they say but NO way can I tell if is NOT a 1st. Plays well and I thought I would just love a 6 string, cannot get used to it so I am selling it for a great price considering it is new but not. My mistake. Asking $325 plus shipping. Someone will get a GREAT deal on this one if you like 6 string. Comes with Pono soft case. Located in Oregon.5425554256542575425454253

SOLD SOLD SOLD, thanks

PhilUSAFRet
06-09-2013, 01:29 PM
I bought a refurb recently. Great uke, but not with the Ko'olau Mahano's (I think they needed to get rid of some) that came on it. I quickly bought a Southcoast 8 string set so I could set it up G cC E AA. Great chime, full sound. I didn't find it hard to get used to. I prefer it to an 8 string. I still need to put a decent pickup in it though.

perep
06-09-2013, 03:15 PM
I bought a refurb recently. Great uke, but not with the Ko'olau Mahano's (I think they needed to get rid of some) that came on it. I quickly bought a Southcoast 8 string set so I could set it up G cC E AA. Great chime, full sound. I didn't find it hard to get used to. I prefer it to an 8 string. I still need to put a decent pickup in it though.
Are you with the Melbourne/Rockledge group? I played with them a couple times. You know the change of strings might improve my outlook on this uke.

haolejohn
06-09-2013, 04:18 PM
Are you with the Melbourne/Rockledge group? I played with them a couple times. You know the change of strings might improve my outlook on this uke.

I recommend trying a string change first. My first 6 string i got rid of. Then i bought another one. Became my main player for the last 9 months.

BillMo
06-09-2013, 04:50 PM
PM Sent......

perep
06-09-2013, 06:37 PM
I recommend trying a string change first. My first 6 string i got rid of. Then i bought another one. Became my main player for the last 9 months.

Thanks for the info, I bet I would enjoy it with proper strings. I just have too many ukes ( like 25) & have to close my eyes & let go. Sounds beautiful when I just strum down the strings but really I want to stick with 4 string . Things are diff. in the bush I bet.

perep
06-10-2013, 01:06 PM
TENOR IS SOLD, thanks