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    Default What kind of uke is that??

    In my ukulele obsessed research the last few weeks, I cam across a video of Tony Danza playing a uke for Rosie on her show years back. I like the looks of that little uke and was wondering if any of the experts here could tell me what kind it is. It is a bit paddle shaped and has a slotted headstock. I'm not sure how to imbed a video here so I will paste the link and see what happens...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JGISVDNucJY

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    http://www.magicfluke.com/product-p/flea_standard.htm

    A lot of peeps should be able to pick this out . I have one myself in Hibiscus.

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    Flea ukes are pretty amazing ukes. Made in USA - very high quality and durable instruments.

    I do recommend upgrading to the wooden fretboard and peghead tuners if you do get one.

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    Thanks for the fast response! I hadn't actually ever seen a Flea even though I have heard them referred to in threads here. I may have to check them out! Very cute!

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    Refer to this thread. They get a lot of love here...
    http://forum.ukuleleunderground.com/...ciation+thread

    I have the vanilla version, plastic fretboard, friction tuners and it's great. Instrument stands on its own because of the flat bottom. You think it's a novelty but it's pretty handy. I'm sure like most people, it's left in the living area, beside the couch or coffee table, and so easily accessible to pickup + play. So not a garage queen Ukulele hiding away in a case with a humidifier getting NO LOVE hehe

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