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Thread: Koaloha Longneck Soprano

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    Default FS: Koaloha Longneck Soprano KSM-02

    For sale: Beautiful Koaloha longneck soprano KSM-02, December 2009, super condition, no cracks, dents or repairs, 'better than weather' warranty.

    Black hardshell case for a longneck included, price reduction of $725.00 or best offer plus shipping.

    This is a really nice sounding uke with very pretty koa front, back and sides. More photos available.

    Reason for selling to pay for a new acquisition. Thanks for looking!
    Last edited by meppmb; 06-27-2019 at 04:47 PM. Reason: Remove case photos

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    Beautiful instrument! Great price!

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    I'm interested! Tried sending a PM but I'm not sure if it's working. Let me know if you didn't get it.

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    Just messaged you!
    Last edited by meppmb; 06-09-2019 at 01:53 PM.

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    Beautiful looking uke! I believe this is still for sale.

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    Any interest in a trade? Got lots to offer if you let me know what you might be interested in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakesideglenn View Post
    Any interest in a trade? Got lots to offer if you let me know what you might be interested in.
    That's possible, please private message me, thanks!

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    PM sent. Let me know

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    Hi from Alaska. I really want to try out the longneck soprano. Last month with the help of 3 UU's I picked up a soprano, concert, and tenor. The larger two have low G's which I'm loving to pieces. I'm wondering if the only advantage to the longneck is the extra range? Or is there a bonus extra sound quality to the longer strings? And do you use concert length? THANKS!
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    The advantages of a long neck soprano are the concert scale, giving more finger room, slightly better sustain usually, over that of a soprano scale, & quite suited to using with a low G.

    (Usually you will use concert scale strings on them.)
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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