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    Default New Canaan (CT) Music

    Yesterday I happened to be in New Canaan and stopped by New Canaan Music. I was impressed to find that they have a nice selection of ukuleles on display. They have a wide range of Kala and Ohana, a few new Martins, some Islanders, a couple of Kanileas, a koa flea, a couple of luthier made instruments and a few assorted others and some beginner level instruments.

    In many stores the instrument is often an afterthought and there are often a few cheap instruments sitting gathering dust. These were nicely displayed and most were in tune. This was a very pleasant surprise. Folks who are within reasonable distance looking to try a variety of instruments consider stopping by. While there is a wealth of stuff online, it is so nice to actually get to pick up an instrument and play it.

    https://www.newcanaanmusic.com

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    Thanks for the heads up! This would make for a nice day trip for the wife and me.
    BTW, I was born and raised in the adjacent town, Stamford.
    Sopranos: aNueNue Khaya Mahogany 1, Bruko No. 6; Kiwaya KS-1; Kiwaya KTS-4; Kiwaya KTS-4K; Martin S-O
    Concerts:Cahaya CY-0112; Kiwaya KTC-1; Martin C-1 (ca. 1947-1955); Musicguymic's Kolohe
    Tenors: Cordoba 24T; Kiwaya KTT-2K
    Baritones: Cordoba 24B

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