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wlw4
05-09-2014, 03:51 PM
I've only been playing uke for a year and started with a concert and then added this baritone (bought from another UU user). The tone is amazing, but this newb had trouble switching between concert and baritone. I bought another Pono Tenor like it, and to I need to fund that purchase.

I could not find a single nick, check, or dent on this uke -- just in great condition. Also included is an Oahu hardshell case, also in excellent condition. Currently tuned GCEA with Southcoast strings, but I'm including a DGBE T2 set and humidifier. Was asking $370, now $300, with free shipping within CONUS. Paypal only.

Thanks,

Wythe

!!!!! SOLD !!!!!

wlw4
08-30-2014, 04:16 AM
Had this one up for sale a few months ago, but didn't generate any interest. Since then, it's just been sitting in its case, so reducing price for a quick sale. Was $330 now $300 shipped UPS in CONUS. Retail price new with case is around $470.

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Thanks,
Wythe

sam13
08-30-2014, 02:43 PM
Just thought I would tell you Pono had a 20% price drop in the last few weeks.

See the HMS site.

Good luck with the sale.

fred32
08-30-2014, 06:29 PM
Nice looking uke! Which Southcoast set are you using for GCEA?

BigD
08-31-2014, 04:00 AM
Did pono lower the price of all their products or just the Pro Classic line? Not terribly relevant but good luck with the sale,if i had the cash id get it myself!

singsong
08-31-2014, 04:57 AM
BigD is right, Pono is allowing dealers to discount the Pro Classic model by 20%. The have always allowed dealers to discount the regular Pono models by 20%. I'm a Pono dealer and $330 for an MB with a hard case is a good buy for a great baritone.

wlw4
08-31-2014, 04:57 AM
From the HMS site, the "Sale" price is $400, or $478 with the Oahu hard case that my uke also comes with. I'm not sure if this is an actual "sale", as this uke has been listed at this amount for a good while. It's a great uke with great tone, so I'm hoping it finds a good home.

BTW, the south coast strings are the LL-NWs on the first 3 strings and the low G from the LL-RW set on the 4th string. It's a combo I found when I broke the 3rd string in the LL-RW set, and I liked the results. It would also be interesting to try some of the new sets from Southcoast tho.

Thanks for the interest,

Wythe

wlw4
09-08-2014, 04:46 PM
A bump for price reduction. Now $300 shipped CONUS. A steal!