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Thread: KINNARD 2018 TENOR SERIES 3 CEDAR/MAKORE with K&K Passive Pickup

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    Default KINNARD 2018 TENOR SERIES 3 CEDAR/MAKORE with K&K Passive Pickup

    Absolutely mint condition Series 3 Kinnard Tenor, Cedar/Makore back and sides. K&K Twin spot passive pickup
    Ebony radius fretboard,
    Looks and sounds great
    Can e mail a long sound sample.
    Hard Shell Oahu Case included
    Origanal cost over $3500
    Sell for $2400 plus shipping
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    Hi
    Beautiful ukulele.

    What is the nut width and radius.

    Thanks

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    What a nice buy! Itís well-known that Iím a Kinnard fanboy. Iíve also transacted with Ron and he is a pleasure to deal with. So two reasons to buy with confidence: itís a Kinnard from a reputable seller!
    More an appreciator of the ukulele than a true player. My motto is: "Don't matter how good it ring if it ain't got some bling."

    Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd.óVoltaire

    Curious about the relative importance of tonewood vs. the luthier? See Luthiers for a Cause to learn more!

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    35.5 mm or 1 13/32 inches.
    not sure of radius, standard on Kinnard uses.
    Ron

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    Great price for this. Is Makore wood similar to Mahogany?

    Looks like a fine instrument.

    I would if I could, but tax time—and I ain't gettin' a refund...

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    Yes,
    It is similar in sound, but prettier
    I think it is called African Mahogany by some
    Ron

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    Hi
    Do you have any links to sound sample(s)?
    Thanks

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    Wow- this one checks all the boxes! A basically new style 3 Kinnard with a pickup in desirable woods for 33% off is really rare. If I thought it would last long enough I would be listing ukes for sale to raise $$ to buy it!
    And another endorsement for Ron as a top-tier Seller!

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    Yes, I have an elaborate sound sample but need to send it by email. Mine is fluteron@gmail.com
    Ron

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    I know this is a high priced item, but I'm still surprised that it's still available at this price for a Series 3.
    Someone is going to get a great ukulele. If I played tenor, I'd be figuring out how to get it.

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