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Thread: What ukes are being considered for rehoming?

  1. #91
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    The only uke I am thinking of rehoming is my Blackbird Clara
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    Quote Originally Posted by JesterBlod View Post
    The only uke I am thinking of rehoming is my Blackbird Clara
    I am thinking I would be interested!
    Kamaka HF-3DC - Kanile'a Custom Tenor - KoAloha KTM-S00 - Pono MGTP5-PC - Pono MBD-CR

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    My Boat Paddle/Hoffmann ML Tenor has now been rehomed
    "All worthwhile things in life should be easy to learn but hard to master"

    Beau Hannam Custom Tenor - Vintage Hand Rubbed Sun Burst all Tassie Blackwood
    Hoffmann Lutherie - Concert - Angry Owl Ebony and Cedar
    Anuenue - Flame Maple Soprano
    Barron River 8 string Tenor - Black Limba and Lutz Spruce
    Beansprout Banjolele - Walnut and Pistachio

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    Hey, it's time for an update! Let's hear about the next round of UAS castaways!

    For me it's a 2007 Ohana TK-30
    John

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    I bought a recording king banjolele just before xmas. My wife somehow did not know that (:-) and bought me a Gibson UB-1 as a present.

    RK has to go...

    Also, I have a Bruno tenor banjo (tuned as a baritone uke) that I just can't get used to the scale on that will probably leave me someday if I can find the right home for it.

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    I have a Romero Creations ST concert (solid spruce top) I'd like to sell.
    Money can't buy happiness but it can buy a uke which is basically the same thing.

    Ukes are a lot like potato chips. It's hard to stop with just one!

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    Thinking about letting my KoAloha Noah go.
    My Ukuleles
    KoAloha Naupaka soprano
    KoAloha Noah sopranino
    DJ Morgan Mini Pineapple
    Luna Pearl concert
    Cocobolo concert #384 (Teak!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by derbyhat View Post
    Thinking about letting my KoAloha Noah go.
    UUer danersen was actively looking for one very recently. You might want to send danersen a PM.
    "Who hears music, feels his solitude Peopled at once -- for how count heart-beats plain / Unless a company, with hearts which beat, / Come close to the musician, seen or no?" - Robert Browning, "Balaustion's Adventure"

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    Thinking about selling these. All are very nice instruments. But the tenors sound too close to other tenors I own. I just don't play these often enough to keep them.
    I don't play sopranos. My wife decided she wasn't interested in playing ukulele.

    Moodyville Sitka Spruce/Walnut tenor Ukulele - Gypsy Jazz-Styled Maccaferri Tenor made by Shelly D. Park (Hand signed label)

    Kala Elite Custom Shop Sitka Spruce/Myrtle Tenor

    KM Kevin Mulcock Custom Solid Walnut Soprano
    There is a subtle yet profound difference between the learning of something and the knowing of that thing.
    You can learn by reading, but you don’t begin to know until you begin to try to do.

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    I love this thread! Thanks for the bump.

    Ahh I have one I can’t really disclose, but it’s as unique as it comes and appropriately expensive.
    The only thing that could pry it from my hands would be another really nice electric uke like the Ko’olau CE or a dream super concert like the Kamaka HF-2L for the ultimate re-entrant C tuned high g uke.

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