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Thread: FSOT: Concert Fluke Ukulele w/ TKL Gig Bag

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    Default FSOT: Concert Fluke Ukulele w/ TKL Gig Bag

    What I have:
    Concert Fluke Ukulele w/ poly fretboard. Grip strips installed on the back. White sharpie dots on the side of the fretboard (photo included). TKL Magic Fluke Gig Bag. I've had this uke for 3 years. I once sold it and repurchased it from the person I sold it to (for sentimental reasons), but am not bonding with it tonally. I'm a one ukulele kind of gal so what I'm looking for is...

    $175 PayPal f/f shipped (I'm located in San Diego, CA) to lower 48

    ...OR

    I'd like to trade the fluke for a Tenor Ukulele.

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    Last edited by thaidye39; 03-12-2018 at 08:05 AM.

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    That green sure is purdy!

    Good luck with the sale!
    -Joe......Have uke, will travel...

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    Agreed with Joe - that minty green is very nice. GLWS!!

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    Thanks JoeKing and bsfloyd for your kind comments. Much appreciated. Have a great weekend!

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    I'm very surprised that this has not sold yet.

    The same instrument direct from Magic Fluke is $225 new + $40 for a TKL gig bag like this, and then another ~$20 for shipping.

    Thus a new setup like this would cost you ($225 + $40 + $20) = $285, so with this deal you are saving $110.

    Anyone not familiar with Magic Fluke instruments,
    and wanting to know more can check out the megathread
    here:

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    This FAQ link will help you learn about:
    - Magic Fluke Company ukes
    - Pickups, Preamps and Impedance Mismatch
    - Home Recording and Mics
    - String Upgrades
    - iPad Microphones
    - Wolfelele Uke Kit
    - How to string a Baritone uke as a piccolo bass
    - Strings I used for GDAE and CGDA fifths tunings

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    pm sent with trade offer
    (Originally a Northern Yankee
    But now a good old southern boy)

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    Private Message Sent

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    Closed, thank you.

    Have a great week, everyone!

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