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    Default Flight Concert uke experience

    Hey there! I just could not resist posting reference about a uke my friend recieved from ukeshop.cz (http://ukeshop.cz/10514,cz_flight-nu...i-ukulele.html) in the Czech Rep.

    He got it as his first ukulele. I must say this thing plays absolutely outstanding for the money. I am not saying I am any uke guru but I've seen, played and owned a few. Ohana laminated mahogany uke I've owned which cost me three times more is just a muted piece of plywood compared to this very light-build ukulele. Had no idea you can buy so much fun almost for free.

    Wondering if the tenor version is that good as well...

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    FYI...1370 CZK's = $55 USD
    Just Play

    Sopranos: 1st uke, Lanikai soprano LU-11 - Aquilas | 30's Martin style 0 - Martins
    Concerts: Kanile'a K-2 CP - Living Water | Islander AC-4 - Living Water | Waverly Street banjolele - Worth Browns
    Tenor: Epiphone Hummingbird - Living Water low G
    UBass: Kala FS2 - Pahoehoe

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    $55.00 UDS, not bad at all! From where do they ship?
    Click a photo for information!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UkerDanno View Post
    FYI...1370 CZK's = $55 USD
    The difference is, in Europe, all ukes are at least 20% more expensive. Just a sad fact. I bet you could get it for less.

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    Except for the European made ukes.

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    I wrote to them about shipping to the US. WAITING FOR REPLY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney. View Post
    Except for the European made ukes.
    Didnt know they were made in Eu.... It explains a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerwin View Post
    Didnt know they were made in Eu.... It explains a lot.
    These ukes are made in Asia, but the headquarters is located in Europe. True European made ukes are Bruko's and Hora's, and by local luthiers of course. And maybe some brands I'm not aware of.

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    I just got a reply from Nina Virant at Flight Music. They do ship to the USA. Unfortunately she did not include pricing. So if anyone in the US is interested, drop her a line.

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    Hey everybody, thanks for your interest in our products! we try really hard to make them available all over the world!
    Yes, we do ship Flight ukuleles to the USA, delivery would be 35,00$. And good news – we have already shipped our ukes to the US and they should become available in California as soon as middle November. We will post links here as soon as ukes hit the US shop. Our ukuleles will also be presented in NAMM 2016, if you are there please drop by our booth!

    Regards,
    Nina

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