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  1. #81
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    A nice Martin T1k, with UPTL tuner upgrade. I got it for reentrant, but find I like low G on tenors, and already have one for that.
    John

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    I think my Mya Moe will be traded next but I'm not sure what for yet.

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    Kamaka HF-2LD - Kanile'a Custom 5 string Super Tenor - KoAloha Special Issue Tenor - Pono MGTDP - Pono ATDC-CR

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    I've got a lovely little pono mango concert with pono passive pickup I've got posted now on the marketplace. I had a Kanile'a Super Suproano Slothead with beautiful premium koa (I love its sapwood stripe) that I had for sale, but then I closed the thread and decided to keep it. Of course I just added a KPA Kanile'a Concert to my collection, so I am thinking about re-opening that for sale thread.
    UAS!!!
    • Kamaka HB-2D Ohta San, 5.0
    • Anuenue UC200E Concert Moon Bird-My Favorite!
    • Kanile'a Custom Baritone, gCEA
    • Kala KA-SRT/MA, Michael Aratani Model, 5.0, gCEA
    • Pono RC-(S)-PC, 5.0, gCEA
    • Koaloha KTM-00 Tenor, gCEA
    • Anuenue UT200E Tenor Moon Bird
    • Firefly Concert Banjolele
    • Kanile'a KPA-C-PREM Concert
    • Anuenue UT140 Tenor Light Bird, AirAir Pickup, gCEA
    • Anuenue US200 Soprano Moon Bird

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    Quote Originally Posted by Counter View Post
    I think my Mya Moe will be traded next but I'm not sure what for yet.

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    DANG that's pretty!
    Soprano: Sailor Brand SPC-S, Donaldson Vintage-S, Gstring Longneck, 1920's Martin 0, Makala Dolphin (YELLOW), Mainland Chili!, Roy Smeck
    Concert: KoAloha Sceptre, KoAloha Super Concert, Kala "Mighty Uke", Kamoa Grand Concert, Martin 2K
    Tenor: LoPrinzi Model A Mohagany
    Pineapple/Other: Mainland red-cedar, Mya-Moe Concert Pineapple (Mango), KoAloha Longneck Pineapple, Vintage Kamaka Pineapple, Kamaka 100th Anniversary Pineapple

    Aloha from Charleston, SC!

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    I am considering re-homing
    1. KenTimms Cuban : landed up with the 17 fret variant and don’t need the 12 fret one
    2. Martin 3M from 1920s: in great condition and no cracks but I need the $
    3. TinGuitar 19 inch tenor with MiSi: don’t need pickup but need $

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    My KoAloha Black Label. Redwood top and Brazilian Rosewood s/b. As soon as I get my lazy butt up and take photos, itíll be listed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uk3player78 View Post
    I'm selling a Taylor Big Baby. I use to love Martin's when i exclusively played guitar now i seem to be a starter Taylor guy. Got a GS mini the other day. I think the ukuleles brighter tone altered my ears haha.

    This is a confession, i sometimes think of selling my Wunderkammer but chicken out every time. I (shoot me) mostly play my Ohana SK39 with worth browns. It goes EVERYWHERE with me and is still mint. The Wunderkammer lies in its hard case and gets minimal play.

    Story of my life. I had a Martin D28 when i only played guitar and 90% of the time i played my last (i've had 3) Taylor Big Baby.
    Your Wunderkammer sounds great!
    K
    Sopranos, Concerts, and Tenors including Baritone body at a Tenor Scale - 4 String, 5 String and 8 String :-)

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    Still own only one ukulele which is the one I started with which is an all-in-one starter kit from Amazon: Lohanu.

    As I am doing some more challenging stuff I notice it lacks the sound I am looking for especially when I listen to the sounds of the ukulele's used in YouTube videos.

    As for what I will be switching to; I am really not sure but fairly certain it won't be a Kala.

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    Just a note in this thread to say that I have now put a proper For Sale post on the UU Marketplace for my Hoffmann Lutherie/ Boat Paddle ML Style Tenor. It will only be available until I leave for the USA so I can hand carry it in the plane and ship it from New York City.
    I’ll be flying out of Melbourne on the 7th September and would have to have been paid in full to my PayPal account before that date.
    Here are a few photos but there are a lot more in the Marketplace section.
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    "All worthwhile things in life should be easy to learn but hard to master"

    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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    I have about 800 ukes that I would love to rehome. Just not all at once... haha
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