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    Default Custom ana'ole 'ukulele tenor w/fishman prefix problend

    New Arrival! Ana'ole 'Ukulele Model TC-420

    This Custom Ana'ole Tenor Ukulele comes complete with premium 5A master grade Hawaiian Curly Koa wood back and sides with master grade highly figured, Bearclaw Spruce top for optimal projection. In addition, this beauty boasts professional mini gold Gotoh contour tuners that has a 15:1 ratio. The neck is handcrafted out of Honduran mahagony, with a middle strip of ebony, as well as a ebony heel cap. There is an unique, custom soundhole that is made out of koa. In addition, ebony binding on front and back with red, yellow, green purfling inlay on the front. There is matching ebony headstock, fretboard, and bridge, with lots of japanese maple leaf inlays. There is one on the head block, and if u look closely there is also one on the tail block. Two leaves inlaid on the bridge, and lastly, there is a japanese maple vine that starts from the peg head and travelling down the fretboard. The vine is white MOP and the leaves are all paua abalone. In addition, there is also paua shell inlay on the butt, and the back purfling of this instrument. This is finished off with a high gloss nitrocelluloise finish. After the finish cured it was hooked up with Worth strings, and a Fishman prefix problend pick-up. It has 8 different controls: volume, frequency, notch, phase, blend, treble, contour, and bass. This instrument has excellent tonal qualities. Intonation is dead on and perfect balance, crisp highs and deep lows. Excellent sustain on each chord.

    $2,750/OBO
    anaoleukulele@gmail.com





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    Waaait a second. That's some ambiguous wording on the leaf on the soundhole.... :P

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    I think it's a Maple leaf

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    Quote Originally Posted by provines View Post
    I think it's a Maple leaf
    Ya, Go Leafs!!!




    ...wait a second!?!?




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    Talking RE: 420 uke

    This ukulele was created for a reggae band. When it was finish the band split into two, and no one could come up with the cash to pay for it. So i gave them back the down, so i could keep this gorgeous piece and hold on to it, till i can find its rastafari owner.

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    wow, nice uke. too bad they ordered but didnt come through. good luck with sale.
    faith is believing without seeing. Just have faith!

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    wheres ukulelesreggae when you need him
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    Quote Originally Posted by provines View Post
    I think it's a Maple leaf
    I think it is a Buckeye leaf.

    That is a cool uke though, I don't think I would sport it around town. (I don't like the Buckeyes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnewton2 View Post
    I think it is a Buckeye leaf.

    That is a cool uke though, I don't think I would sport it around town. (I don't like the Buckeyes)
    I'm pretty sure its a palm tree leaf, Mon.

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