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    I reently bought one of the weird little Caramel...

    I reently bought one of the weird little Caramel CB500 all-rosewood "factory defect" baritone ukes. It cost me under sixty bucks, and while it's not as loud as some of my high-dollar ukes, it plays,...
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    I have bought both Caramel and Kmise baritones,...

    I have bought both Caramel and Kmise baritones, and either one could do the job for you. These are the best cheapies (sub $100) IMHO. Of course, I'm speaking from my experience, and I haven't owned...
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    Theoretically, new ones are available online, but...

    Theoretically, new ones are available online, but they are actually unavailable currently, regardless of which authorized dealer you use. Believe me, I'd go new if I could. That's why I'm beating...
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    Theoretically, new ones are available online, but...

    Theoretically, new ones are available online, but they are actually unavailable currently, regardless of which authorized dealer you use. Believe me, I'd go new if I could. That's why I'm beating...
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    WTB - Oscar Schmidt OU55CE Baritone

    I'm still trying to find a used Oscar Schmidt OU55CE baritone. They seem to have gone the way of the Dodo bird! There must be one hiding out there somewhere. They are still listed in the Oscar...
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    I have both the Pono cedar/acacia, and the Kala...

    I have both the Pono cedar/acacia, and the Kala spruce/striped ebony. I love them both. They both are cutaway baritones, and they both play and sound great. I personally don't believe you can...
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    Mine came with baritone (DGBE) tuning. And strap...

    Mine came with baritone (DGBE) tuning. And strap buttons, gig bag, etc.
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    I'll take it! Your inbox is full. I sent...

    I'll take it! Your inbox is full. I sent another PM.
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    Sent you a PM as well

    Sent you a PM as well
  10. Bk -35cg

    What did you end up going with? The Ohana BK-35CG and the Kala KA-SSEBY are both very nice baritones. I don't think you an go wrong with either. I have both, and love 'em.
  11. What did you end up going with? The Ohana...

    What did you end up going with? The Ohana BK-35CG and the Kala KA-SSEBY are both very nice baritones. I don't think you an go wrong with either. I have both, and love 'em.
  12. Sent you a PM. Thanks.

    Sent you a PM. Thanks.
  13. Thanks, DaveY - Yeah, Ponos are in a different...

    Thanks, DaveY - Yeah, Ponos are in a different league, but Kala make some nice ukes for the dough. This is just an impulse buy for me, and probably will never be my go-to uke. I was just intrigued...
  14. Any Opinions on Kala Thinline Travel baritone (KA-SSTU-B)?

    Even though I definitely do not need another uke, I am thinking about buying one of these. Any one out there who has owned or played one? I watched Vic Schmeltz's review, and was impressed. ...
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    Sent you a PM
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    Sent you a PM. Thanks.

    Sent you a PM. Thanks.
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    Sent you a PM. Thanks.

    Sent you a PM. Thanks.
  18. Thread: ZT Ukuleles

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    Hi, Jason. Welcome! I sent you a private...

    Hi, Jason. Welcome! I sent you a private message. Please check it out, and send a reply. Thanks!

    Jerry
  19. Nice post, and thanks for the sound clips. I...

    Nice post, and thanks for the sound clips. I have owned both Martin and Favilla, and I would characterize the Martin as more "delicate", from both a build and sound perspective. I eventually sold...
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    Excellent review, Jim. You covered it all, and...

    Excellent review, Jim. You covered it all, and very thoroughly. Thanks!
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    NUD: Bonanza Oreo Thinline Baritone Uke

    I just received my Baritone "Oreo" thinline uke from Bonanza Ukuleles. I chose one with a solid cherry front and back, with an aspen center section sandwiched between.

    The construction method...
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    Just received my Bonanza "Oreo" baritone. Add my...

    Just received my Bonanza "Oreo" baritone. Add my voice to those of the others singing the praises for Pete and Shelley Mai. I think I might come down with a case pf BAS (Bonanza Acquisition...
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    Once again, Tom Favilla solves another mystery. ...

    Once again, Tom Favilla solves another mystery. Here's his reply to my inquiry:



    Jerry,
    It's actually a flat bodied mandolin based on a Wimbrola variation body design.
    While it could be from...
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    Looks like it started life as a "Wimbrola", and...

    Looks like it started life as a "Wimbrola", and may have been modified to be strung as a mandolin later. Definitely a unique body shape, and I'm just guessing. But google "wimbrola", and you'll see...
  25. Dave nailed it. A tall order indeed. Go to...

    Dave nailed it. A tall order indeed. Go to Amazon and search for Glarry hard shell ukulele case. Concert case for 30 bucks, and tenor case for 36 bucks. Don't know anything about the quality,...
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