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    Default FS: Romero Tiny Tenor Spruce/Mahogany

    Hey everyone -

    I need to get rid of a few of my ukes to make room in my house, the first one I'm listing is a Romero Creations Tiny Tenor in Spruce/Mahogany. This one has a beautiful tone and a very loud sound for its size, but the shape just isn't as comfortable for me to hold as a traditional uke.

    This is the flagship Tiny Tenor (https://www.theukulelesite.com/romer...iny-tenor.html), NOT the cheaper "TT" version (https://www.theukulelesite.com/romer...r-package.html). The differences include all-solid construction, rosewood fingerboard, and MOP inlay logo.

    The uke is about two years old and is in excellent condition. The only damage is a small scratch on the body and a little ding on the back of the headstock, which are shown in the last two photos but are otherwise barely noticeable. The uke is strung/tuned to low G.

    The price is $350 + shipping (firm) via Paypal or cashier's check. Please message me with any questions and thanks for looking!
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