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Thread: FS: Cordoba 30T (Tenor) Solid Mahogany

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    Default FS: Cordoba 30T (Tenor) Solid Mahogany

    Price Reduced!!! $240 shipped cont US

    Hello,


    Up for sale is my first - and only - ukulele that I purchased from Sweetwater in 2016. The unit is beautiful in sound and appearance.

    Recently restrung with Aquila Super Nylgut AQ-107 Tenor Ukulele Strings - Low G.

    Both Ukulele and Cordoba poly-foam case are still in excellent shape!

    Asking $240 shipped to cont. US only.

    Thanks!

    James

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/ERaxx1wXqMeDS9R29

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    Bump to top...
    Price reduced!

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    Bump again...

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    This looks like a great instrument! I've always wondered how these higher grade 30 series from Cordoba played and sounded. GLWS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsfloyd View Post
    This looks like a great instrument! I've always wondered how these higher grade 30 series from Cordoba played and sounded. GLWS!
    Thanks for commenting! Yes, I certainly have enjoyed the rich tones on this uke. Great, clear projection - and that’s the only reason I’m selling it. I find that I have to isolate myself to practice. I think you finger pickers would really enjoy it!

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    Weekly bump!
    Any interest?

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    I owned one of these for about 2 years. They sound great! I sold it when I decided to limit myself to sopranos. If they made the Cordoba 30's in a soprano size, I'd be a customer again....

    Good luck with the sale...

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    Thanks kindly! It was very rewarding to have done the research and make a purchase with no hands on time, but still receive such an awesome sounding instrument.

    If I was a collector and a much better player, I’d have no qualms keeping it!

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    Weakly post...
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