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Thread: New Pernambuco Tenor from Ono

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    Damn beautiful instrument David. It’s such a joy to see such well crafted instruments. Congratulations to you and to the lucnew owner.
    "All worthwhile things in life should be easy to learn but hard to master"

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    Damn beautiful instrument David. Itís such a joy to see such well crafted instruments. Congratulations to you and to the lucnew owner.
    "All worthwhile things in life should be easy to learn but hard to master"

    Boat Paddle ML tenor - Red Spruce over Cocobolo
    Barron River 8 string tenor - All Honduran Quilted Mahogany
    Collings UC2 Concert - All Mahogany
    Hoffmann Lutherie - Baritone - Master Grade Ebony and AAA Red Spruce
    Beau Hannam Custom Tenor - Vintage Hand Rubbed Sun Burst all Tassie Blackwood
    Barron River Tenor - Satin Box Maple and Alaskan Yellow Cedar
    Hoffmann Lutherie - Concert - Angry Owl Ebony and Cedar

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    Quote Originally Posted by kohanmike View Post
    Very interesting. I'm not afraid to ask, what does that uke cost?

    I've noticed that some builders don't show prices on their web sites but I always have. It's all at http://onoukes.com/specs/. This one is $2300, which includes a $200 premium for the pernambuco, which is costly and hard to find.

    And thumbs up for the Ukulele Kids Club!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollisdwyer View Post
    Damn beautiful instrument David. It’s such a joy to see such well crafted instruments. Congratulations to you and to the lucnew owner.
    Thanks, Hollis! And double thanks for saying it twice!!

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