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Thread: All mahogany teardrop soprano still looking for a home.

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    Default All mahogany teardrop soprano still looking for a home.

    This carefully crafted little ukulele is still available. Constructed of all solid mahogany and based on a 1920's Favilla teardrop design, this little gem just loves to be played. Now only $300 plus $15 shipping in the USA.

    Bob
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    Beautiful instrument! Do you have any sound clips or videos?
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    I'm afraid not, I'm such a lousy player that I wouldn't do the instrument any justice and unfortunately I don't know any players nearby! Nonetheless, I can understand why a sound clip would be helpful, so I'll see what I can do. Bob

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    Bob has done a great job with these teardrop ukes. I got the first one he made and reviewed it here

    And funny how we both used white leather couches as our backdrop, hah!
    Last edited by wildfire070; 07-05-2015 at 06:12 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildfire070 View Post
    Bob has done a great job with these teardrop ukes. I got the first one he made and reviewed it here

    And funny how we both used white leather couches as our backdrop, hah!
    Thanks for the plug, wildfire! Believe it or not, this lovely uke is still for sale!

    Bob

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    And is still for sale! This is a great price for a hand built, all mahogany soprano instrument. Beautiful shape, great sound!

    Bob

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    Does look very nice. I'd still like to hear what it sound like though. Even if someone just strummed a 50's chord round (:

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