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Thread: FS: Kinnard 2018 Series 3 Tenor Cedar/Makore with K&K passive pickup

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    Bump for the weekend.
    KoAloha KCM-00 Concert Koa
    Kinnard Series 3 Tenor Cedar/Makore
    The Rebel Particle Tenor #2 Red Cedar/Spruce/Padauk/Ebony
    The Rebel Super Concert Thinbody Mango

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    If it makes any difference, Kinnard ukes are nothing short of magic. If I didn't have 2, I would have snapped this up in a heartbeat.

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    As the owner of a tenor Kinnard ukulele (spruce and padauk), I'm shocked that this one hasn't been grabbed up yet!

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    This is such a beautiful instrument and if I could afford it... I spoke with a friend who mentioned the summer is very slow for selling instruments and the fall is slightly better. But in the winter more people do buy instruments. Good luck with the sale of your beautiful Ukulele.
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    Sopranos, Concerts, and Tenors including Baritone body at a Tenor Scale - 4 String, 5 String and 8 String :-)

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    Still available. Hopefully someone pick up this beauty soon.
    KoAloha KCM-00 Concert Koa
    Kinnard Series 3 Tenor Cedar/Makore
    The Rebel Particle Tenor #2 Red Cedar/Spruce/Padauk/Ebony
    The Rebel Super Concert Thinbody Mango

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    Series 3 is the highest grade model from Kinnard isn't it? I think only customs are higher.

    I have a Kinnard Series 2, Spruce/Rosewood tenor that really sings. A joy to play, with a fast neck. Well balanced.

    Kinnard's craftsmanship and attention to detail is superb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenn2018 View Post
    Series 3 is the highest grade model from Kinnard isn't it? I think only customs are higher.

    I have a Kinnard Series 2, Spruce/Rosewood tenor that really sings. A joy to play, with a fast neck. Well balanced.

    Kinnard's craftsmanship and attention to detail is superb.
    Not the OP, but yes, Series 3 is the highest grade, though there have been some, like the Luthier's Reserve, that might be even higher grade - or at least have special features.

    I have a Kinnard, and nothing that I've played, (obviously there are many I haven't played), beats it for sound, play-ability, looks, and craftsmanship. (Can you tell I like mine? LOL.) Whoever gets this will be getting a great ukulele.

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