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    Default Anuhe uke

    Saw this one on...of all places...Guitar Center. Repaired cracks and refin. Name is actually Anahu, can't fix my thread title.

    http://www.guitarcenter.com/Used/In-...ral-Ukulele.gc
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    Wow, do you know how old it is? It looks Nunes-ish to me. So maybe about the same time period?
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    Ad says from the 20's, I see it on this page: http://ukuleles.com/?page_id=1307

    and here: https://antebelluminstruments.blogsp...o-ukulele.html

    Funny how there's all that extra space above the nut, before the headstock flares out, in the Antebellum pic, what's that about?

    anahu-3.jpg
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    My Druid Moon tenor, made in 2014, has extra space above the nut similar to this 1920's uke. A graceful design touch, but I'm not sure if it serves a specific function?

    Pretty cool find. And as you point out, not something I would expect to find hanging on a wall at Guitar Center! You plan to buy it?
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    Nah, I already have an old soprano I can't play, but might if I didn't! I like old ukes though

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