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Thread: FS: Gary Gill Tenor Douglas Fir/Walnut

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    This is Gary Gill 32, born on April 17, 2015. It has Walnut back and sides with a Douglas Fir top, Flamed Walnut fretboard, Hackberry headstock and rosette. It is a beautiful instrument in great shape. Although it is only a few months old, Fir is a soft wood and you can see scratches from playing when you tilt it in the light. They don't photograph well, but you can see them in the photo with the rosette close-up. A Ko'olau hard shell case is included. I am looking for $450 for it and can only ship within the continental U.S.
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    Attachment 81230 back of the uke

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    I am curious what this ukulele sounds like. Shape is interesting. Big soundboard. By the way, I can't see the picture of the back? Is it my system. I can see the first pictures. Gary seems to make pretty nice ukuleles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M3Ukulele View Post
    I am curious what this ukulele sounds like. Shape is interesting. Big soundboard. By the way, I can't see the picture of the back? Is it my system. I can see the first pictures. Gary seems to make pretty nice ukuleles.
    Mim from Mim's Ukes has some sound samples of some of Gary Gill's ukes on YouTube. Not sure if this one is one of them. But her videos are nice, and should give you an idea.

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    You can check out my review is #21 here

    His Ukes have a great sound and playability. In fact it's Mim's personal favorite.


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    This uke, #32, is here.


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    Thanks, Debby!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aclownfish View Post
    Thanks, Debby!
    You're welcome!

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    Where are you located? Also, does the uke have side dot position markers, and I'm curious as to why it's for sale after only a few months?
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    Yes, it has side dot position markers. I am in CT and it's for sale because I have another GG and I'm generating funds for a guitar I'm buying.

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