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Thread: Tiki Flea Ukulele

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    Default Tiki Flea Ukulele

    I'm thinking of selling my magic fluke tiki model, anyone have any idea what it would be worth? Where would be a good place to list it? I don't really like ebay with all the fees and stuff. Thanks I'm looking at solid body electric ukuleles for now and could this to fund one lol

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    You can list it right here on UU marketplace. In order to tell you what it's worth, need to know more info. What size is it. Wooden or plastic fretboard. Friction or peghed tuners, how old, does it come with a case etc.

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    I'll post some pics too, wood fretboard and a case too

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    Friction tuners and scale looks to be around 16"

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    Here's some pics
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    it's a plastic fretboard and it looks like a concert flea and not a fluke. I would venture to guess around $150 - $180 shipped CONUS, depending how badly they want the tiki design. I sold that soprano version of this uke, including bag for $125 shipped CONUS. It was a year or two back I think.

    Good luck with your sale.

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    Thank you very much for the info

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    In the pic above it on the soft shell bag

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    Looks like m40
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    It's a concert then. It also has a 15.5 neck scale instead of the 15 inch scale so it's a bit roomier on the fretboard. Great travel uke as it's so durable. Best wishes on the sale.

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