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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    I was watching this one on eBay, looks like a 50's Style 1, it went for $267.00 shipped. Has a couple of cracks on the back, but seemed like a reasonable price. http://www.ebay.com/itm/152519772295...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

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    Dang! I know this antique center! I've gone there actually looking for old ukes. It's a huge place. Obviously I didn't look hard enough. LOL!
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    Primrose Cedar/Maple Soprano
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    Cocobolo Cedar Top Tenor
    1933 Martin 1K Soprano

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ukecaster View Post
    in general, is there much sound difference between vintage mahogany Models 0, 1 and 2?
    No difference whatsoever.
    Martin Sopranos: 0M: 30, 64 ---
    1M: 22Dit, 23Dit, 24Dit, 49, 55--1K 26
    2M: 22, 23Dit, 23Dit, 49, 60, 12 --- 2K: 25, 12
    3M: 25, 48, 55x2, 12(ch) 3K: 29
    The Gibsons: Styles 2&3 28;1&2&3x3 27;UB1 25
    Tonk American 28; Favilla 55; Smeck Vita 30; Kamaka Gold Deluxe 60
    Kiwaya Thinline KS-0P Soprano; Gretsch American 30
    Covered Bridge Honduran Hog tenor
    Pono Maple Tenor, BE Acacia Bari & MS Sop

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