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    Default Uke loft find - KRUNA John Grey & Sons London

    After finding this in the loft I decided to go and buy a Ukulele to learn to play but still want to find out about this one - is it good or dud i.e. is it worth fixing up to play again or not?
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    Vikki
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    Definitely worth fixing up - in a sensitive fashion.

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    Seems like a lot of work to me and you're just going to end up with an old ukulele. But if that is your thing, do it.
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    Looks like you have all the major parts still. A little restoration to get it back in playing condition, if not too expensive, could be a fun little strummer and at least a conversation piece.

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    "You're just going to end up with an old ukulele"

    You say that as though it's a bad thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjh42 View Post
    Looks like you have all the major parts still. A little restoration to get it back in playing condition, if not too expensive, could be a fun little strummer and at least a conversation piece.
    Yeah I agree. If it was mine and didn’t cost too much to fix it up, I’d keep it to play or at least use as a wallhanger.
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