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    Quote Originally Posted by Counter View Post
    I like that bridge.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerryc41 View Post
    I like that bridge.
    This is a long neck Concert so it has the bridge from the Tenor model. It looks better than the bridge on the concert I think.
    Kamaka HF-2LD - Kanile'a Custom 5 string Super Tenor - Mya Moe Maple & Spruce Tenor - Pono MGTDP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counter View Post
    This is a long neck Concert so it has the bridge from the Tenor model. It looks better than the bridge on the concert I think.
    My tenor has a bridge like that, but my soprano has the standard bridge.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
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    I can’t post my future Hawaiian made ukulele yet. Hopefully I don’t have to wait too long. I’m about 4 years away from owning it
    Martin S-1 Uke
    Eddy Finn EFTS-20-S
    Martin C1K Uke
    Enya EUT-M6E

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    My main axe, Maui Music T4K-DLX. Fantastic instrument, wide neck, great action, beautiful sound. Thank you, Peter Lieberman and whoever on this site sold it to me used about five years ago.

    Doug Tanner
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    (2) Tenor Ukes, (2) Guitars, (1) 5 string Banjo, (1) Urhu, (1) Mandolin, (2) Fiddles, (2) bass harmonicas, and a whole bunch of chromatic harmonicas. Never bored.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wendellfiddler View Post
    My main axe, Maui Music T4K-DLX. Fantastic instrument, wide neck, great action, beautiful sound. Thank you, Peter Lieberman and whoever on this sold it to me used about five years ago.

    Doug Tanner
    Oh wow, so pretty!
    Happy to be a Newbie, Penny

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    Beautiful! Some of these seller have excellent photographers, and that makes a difference.
    Too many ukes, but I can't stop buying!
    https://www.catskillukulelegroup.com/

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    My 'Island' style soprano is not Hawaiian made, but it is a very faithful reproduction, and could be considered a 'K' brand. Ken Timms made this, using the original techniques. It is a faithful copy of a Hawaiian uke from about one hundred years ago. No Koa trees were endangered in this production, but it did contribute to the depletion of Mahogany supplies.

    John Colter

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    Amazing ukes guys. That Maui Music might be one of the nicest looking ukes I've seen!
    Just Feel The Groooooove

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    KoAloha Special Issue longneck soprano. Port Orford cedar & koa. Circa 2015
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    My ukulele family.....
    KoAloha Koa concert - circa 2006
    KoAloha Special Issue longneck soprano - Port Orford Cedar & Koa - circa 2015
    aNueNue Moon Bird concert - Spruce & Rosewood -2018
    Blackbird Clara - 2019

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